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MELROSE HIGH SCHOOL 



1976 LOG 



MELROSE, MASSACHUSETTS 



Our class of 1976 is a very special class. We have lived through 
the construction of our new high school and we have grown 
along with it. After five years of double sessions and sharing a 
school with the Junior High we now have a school built to 
accommodate us. We are the first graduating class of this new 
school. At last we have found a place of our own. 




DOUBLE SESSIONS WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED FOR: 
Staging a walk-out in ninth grade. 
Eating food during study. 

Fighting our way out at noon through the surging Junior High tide. 
Meeting for activities at strange places during awkward times. 
Going to school on snow days when the Junior High didn't. 
Leaving school early to prevent parking lot jams. 
Living through LONG periods on Wednesdays. 
Not having D block on Tuesday . . . Not having C 
block on Friday . . . Not having E block on Thursday. 
Sleeping in gym, in math, in work study 
or on the bus; it didn't really matter where. 
And having a whole afternoon to play. 




Susan Mugherini takes advantage of the comforts 
of the new school. 



THE NEW HIGH SCHOOL WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED FOR: 
Having to follow a map for the first few 
days of school. 

Living through a six-day school week. 
Waiting in 10 mile lines for a 5# milk. 
Selling nylons in the school store. 
And getting out at 2:30 with the grammar schools. 

Our Senior year is a busy one filled with homework, jobs, and decisions. Important to us too are the worldly things — a 
first vote in a presidential election, a possible trip to the Olympics, and the 200th Anniversary of our country. Yet none of 
these will be as important as the time we've spent together. 




Nancy Kiley takes a short break from trigonometry. 



Resource Center provides a quiet 
place to get together . . 




Mike Mahoney finds good things in dark cor- 
ners. 





Students find out-of-the-way places to study. 





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The Class of 1976 gathers in the new cafetorium for opening day exercises . . . September 10, 1975. 





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SENIOR LIFE 




A Visitor From The 
Senate 



On Tuesday, November 25, 1975, we enjoyed the dis- 
tinction of having Senator Edward M. Kennedy come to 
visit us. The three upper classes jammed into the Daffinee 
Gym to see the Senator, followed by his secret service 
men. The applause became heavy at his prediction that the 
football team would defeat Wakefield High in the annual 
Thanksgiving Day game. During his visit, students 
presented him with three gifts: a handmade bowl, an 
M.H.S. diploma and a Melrose '76 shirt. For the next ten 
minutes he spoke to the students, urging them to play an 
active role in their government as their counterparts in the 
1960's had, and cautioning them not to be disillusioned by 
the events of Watergate. He hoped that students would 
help solve the major problems confronting the nation and 
the world. After speaking, he asked the audience questions 
involving opinions on the economy, drugs and the upcom- 
ing Presidential election. He then answered prepared 
questions. As his visit came to a close, the band played a 
final song and the Senator left with a smile and a wave. 



Senator Kennedy stresses student involvement in community affairs. 





"How many of you think that the use of pot has increased?" 
'I was wondering what I was going to wear to the Senate tomorrow." 





Going out with groups of our friends or that 
one special friend is a big part of Senior Life. 
As we look back the most memorable times 
will be the humorous, sometimes embarrass- 
ing experiences that are typical of going out. 

It was the night of the party and she was 
waiting for her friends to come pick her up. A 
car stopped in front of her house and started 
beeping. Almost automatically she ran out and 
jumped into the car only to discover that the 
driver was the boyfriend of the girl across the 
street. She was definitely in the wrong car. 





They were at the Junior Prom. He looked so handsome in 
his white tuxedo and she looked stunning in her gown. Her 
face turned red when she reached for her water glass and 
dropped her dessert of strawberries and whipped cream all 
over his tux. 



He had been desperately trying to take this certain girl 
out for the entire schoolyear. Finally she agreed to go out 
with him the next night. Since she was so special he de- 
cided to take her to an extremely expensive restaurant 
where they were seemingly having a great time. He told her 
she could have whatever she wanted for dinner, and impre- 
ssed on her that money was no problem. When he reached 
for his wallet, an unexpected problem — no money. The 
evening ended with dad coming to the rescue and a good 
deal of embarrassment. 



Going to the movies was the usual date for 
them. At intermission he left to get some popcorn 
and drinks but because there was such a long 
line in front of the counter he returned to the 
movie after the lights had been turned off. When 
he returned to his seat she was sitting with her 
arms around some other guy. After making his 
presence known to the couple she jumped up, 
realizing that she had become so involved in the 
movie that she hadn't seen that the boy next to her 
was the wrong one. 




Rally 



I remember the Thanksgiving Eve Rally 
. . . "The Wizard of M" . . . "This is an 
M.H.S. Production: Roar!!" . . . welcome 
tumblers . . . meetings at houses to write 
the skit . . . "there's another meeting to- 
night?" . . . drawing lots for the parts . . . 
"I want to be Dan McCormack!" . . . prac- 
tice, practice, practice . . . making all the 
scenery and getting the costumes . . . 
"What does a Crunchkin look like?" . . . 
changing the tumbling routine . . . the 
cheerleaders' pyramid . . . "We're sup- 
posed to do a pyramid? You can't be seri- 
ous!" . . . learning how to twirl . . . get- 
ting the cheers right ... a perfect practice 
the night before . . . Wednesday night at 
last . . . Danathea and Pogo . . . Gillinda 
vs. The Wicked Witch of Wakefield . . . 
Scared-to-go-Hickey, Tin-Hands Hir- 
shfeld, Linus-the-Lionhearted . . . The 
Really Jock Kids . . . "follow the red and 
white road" . . . Peter Nolan's song, 
"Someday I'll Throw A Pass Up" . . . The 
Heads: Cheryl, Mary and Diane . _. . 
"There's nothing like a victory, there's no- 
thing like a victory" ... Be True To Your 
School . . . "Oh no, what's the matter 
with the tape?" . . . "Oh well, we'll sing it 
outselves!" ... I remember the 
Thanksgiving Eve Rally . . . The Wonder- 
ful Wizard of M! 




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Super-jocks unite! 




Anne Miliotis, the Good Witch of the North, saves the day. 



Lisa Colvin performs for the crowd 




"Who rang that bell?" 



The Line-Up. 



"You Are The Sunshine 
Of My Life" 




Our Junior Prom, held at Casa de 
Fior on April 11, 1975, provides 
fond memories for all who at- 
tended. The evening began with a 
special dinner. Then tuxedos and 
gowns sprang to life on the 
crowded dance floor which seemed 
to sway with the music of the 
band. After people left the hall 
they dispersed for the various par- 
ties around the city. The entire 
night was probably the most ex- 
pensive of the year but, in truth, it 
was worth the money. 




Karen Lamattina and John Morrello 



Luanne Witkowski and Mark McSweeney 




Ellen Joy and Jimmy Sarni 



Jill Maserian and Chuck Tryder 




"Are The Stars Out 
Tonight?" 

A full moon and snow-covered ground made a beautiful set- 
ting for the 1976 Winter Ball held on January 16th. In contrast 
to the outside setting, inside was anything but calm. Couples 
"bumped" and "hustled" to the fast-beat music of the T.F.B. 
Band. The first semi-formal of the year was a memorable occa- 
sion for everyone. 




Jeanmarie Savage and escort clear the floor. 



Taking a breather after some heavy dancing. 




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Birds-eye view of the dance floor. 




Hinne Morris beams with happiness after hav- 
g been announced winner for scariest costume. 



Halloween Party 



"Who is that under there?" . . . "Hey, look 
at the two birds!" . . . "She looks like she is 
really dead." . . . were some of the comments 
made at the 1975 annual Halloween Party. On 
Thursday, October 30, at 7:00 P.M., over one 
hundred costumed seniors marched into the 
cafetorium awaiting feasts and fun arranged by 
the Senior Class Officers. Bees, nuns, clowns, 
babies, Jack and Jill, Spanky and the Gang, 
and many more creatively dressed individuals 
got a turn to participate in games such as 
donut eating, relay races, pie eating contests, 
and bobbing for apples. To complete the night, 
everyone joined in a costume parade judged 
by the chaperons. The results: Most Beautiful 
— Bruce Wenner, the good-looking woman; 
Funniest — Jack Murphy, the frogman; 
Scariest — Corinne Morris, the vampire; Most 
Original — Nancy Kiley, the doughgirl; also 
Most Original — Joan Corcoran and Jane 
Lickly, the Charmin; Best Couple — Patty Be- 
hrle and Kathy Berube, the Marx Brothers; and 
Best All Around — Susan Morello, the bril- 
liantly colored clown. 




Bruce Wenner modeling his new ensemble. 



Diane Mallon and Kim Kapelos really get into the pie eat- 
ing contest. 




Heartily participating in the donut 
mating contest is Kim Thistle. 



After wading through the crowd 
Steve Donovan drops his beak. 



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POWDER 
PUFF 





"White Lightening" Row 1: K. Poole, N. Kiley, D. Clifford, K. McNary, P. Behrle, D. Chakalis, M. Crowther, J. Aylward, 
M. Cotting, M. Stoy, M. Applegate, D. Clifford, P. Harrington. Row 2: Coach Bruce Wenner, C. Dennis, L. Murphy, P. 
Constantino, S. Morello, V. DiCarlo, W. Schluntz, S. Davis, D. Tambani, L. Brown, M. Martin, K. Copeland, L. Tardiff, J. 
Henderson, D. Avola, W. Wong, J. Haywood, L. Cerretani, C. Amara, Coach Tony Ciracello. Row 3: Coach Tom 
Matteucci, C. Ventola, E. Lloyd, G. MaGuire, K. Butler, L. Colvin, B. Ballard, A. Zeitz, J. Howe, D. Curely, L. Witkowski, 
D. Collins, C. Casey, S. Hurley, I. Piques, ]. Morrissey, J. Ryan, H. Whittier, S. Dunn, Coach Bob Cusato. 

The 1975 Powder-Puff football game can only be described as a classic struggle between two 
outstanding teams appropriately called "The Rowdie Reds" and "White Lightening". In a 
defense oriented game, the Red team narrowly defeated the White team by a score of 8-6. 

During the first half of the game, White Lightening did most of the controlling of the ball with 
superb efforts by Heather Whittier, Wendy Schluntz, Georgia MaGuire and Lynne Cerretani. In 
spite of the driving offense of the White team, no points were scored until later in the game. 

In the last quarter, Carol Gibelli of the Red team finally broke through the White's offense to 
score on an eighty-five yard run. To further their lead, Brenda Fogarty got the two-point 
conversion. However, the White team started to move again and after three plays, Heather 
Whittier ran it out for a touchdown. Unfortunately, on the conversion attempt, Wendy Schluntz 
was stopped at the goal line. 



"The Toss" 





Lynne Cerretani makes an unsuccessful 
run for a touchdown. 



Carol Gibelli pleading for a win. 



Co-Captain Joanne Aylward provides verbal 
support for her team as Lisa Colvin studies 
the opposition. 



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Touchdown" 



Suzanne Meehan and Mary Cotting square off as referee 
Tom Hickey looks on. 



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NAMES 

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FACES 

There are many special activities and 
awards that we have taken advantage of 
outside of school. Since our abilities and 
interests are so varied, the range of ac- 
tivities is also extremely varied. Our class 
is comprised of some very exciting people 
whose names and faces add new dimen- 
sions to our school. The reporting of their 
accomplishments gives a new prospective 
to our endless achievements. 

During the past year PATRICA DUR- 
NEY has been a member of the Jordan 
Marsh Creative Fashion Council Board. 
She is one of sixteen girls in the Boston 
area who are members of this Board. 
Through Mrs. Bloom in the Occupational 
Education department, Patricia obtained 
an application for this position. Then she 
attended a personal interview and sub- 
mitted an outfit that she herself had 
made. The Board attends monthly meet- 
ings and participates in fashion shows 
where the girls model clothes that they 
have made themselves. Their terms end 
in May with a fashion contest that sends 
the winner to New York city for three 
days. Patricia also participated in the na- 
tional contest called "Make It Yourself 
With Wool" in which she won the second 
runner-up. 

Almost everyone during either their 
Junior or Senior year comes to school one 
Saturday morning to take either the Pre- 
liminary Scholastic Aptitude Test or the 
S.A.T.'s given by the C.E.E.B.. They are 
comprised of both Math and English and 
require about three hours to complete. 
Approximately six weeks after taking the 
S.A.T.'s the results come directly to your 
home in the mail. Opening the envelope 
and seeing your results can be a very 
traumatic experience, but for some stu- 
dents, like JANICE DUFFY and 
CHARLES CROCETTI, it can be very re- 
warding. Both Janice and Charles have 
been semifinalists in the 1976 National 
Merit Scholarship Program. They are 
among the highest scoring students in 
Massachusetts and are considered in the 
top half of the nation's most academically 
talented people. The decision for finalists 
is released in April and then those 
finalists who meet the qualifications will 
be considered for four-year Merit Schol- 
arships. 

RICHARD PIDGEON and JOHN 
BLACKWOOD toured the countries of 
Holland, England, France, Germany, 
Switzerland, Italy, and Austria with the 
United States Collegiate Band. They were 
selected from students in forty-five states, 
thanks to Band leader Frank DiGiacomo 
who sent in applications for them to the 
U.S. Hall of Fame for Band Honors. The 
tour lasted for three unforgettable weeks. 








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Both JOHN MURPHY and DEBBIE 
RICE have been sailing for more than 
eight years and love it. Separately they 
can display shelves of trophies and 
awards for the many races that they have 
won. For the upcoming sailing season 
which begins in May, Debbie and John 
plan to team for the School Sailing States 
Regatta which hopefully will add to their 
winnings. 

Being a Senior is an expensive proposi- 
tion but for JOHN SHINAY there is no 
need to worry. On November 17, 1975, in 
the Yankee Doodle Instant Game, John 
won $1,776 a month for an entire year. 
This made him eligible to become a con- 
testant on the Big Money Game Show. 
His winnings did not increase after com- 
peting on the show but John can't com- 
plain. The money he won he plans to put 
toward his college education. 



John Blackwood 



On the night of December 21, 1975 
LINDA MACLACHLAN had a very 
frightening experience. What began as a 
simple Christmas party at her family's 
summer home ended as a night she will 
always remember. One of her guests 
noticed two people on the beach and, as 
it was extremely cold and rather late, they 
realized that something was wrong. They 
went out to the two people who said they 
had come from a boat which had just cap- 
sized. Linda and her friends brought 
them into the house and then went 
searching for the other people. Original- 
ly, there had been six people traveling on 
the boat but only three survived. Linda 
said that as a result of her experience she 
now realizes the importance of life. 




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Senior Awards 




Sally Hoague — Most Athletic Girl 



Beth Holmes — Most Sophisticated 



Frank LoPilato — Class 
Ladies' Man 




Jill Maserian — Most Sincere 



Elaine Toney — Most Respected 



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Class Artist — Matt Cuneo 



Most Philosophical — Beth Rosenzweig 





Friendliest Girl — Cheryl Valerio 



Class Chatterbox — Cindy Reedy 





Most Ail-Around Girl — Sue Butler 



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Best Looking Girl — Judy Leahy 





Most Versatile Girl — Joan Corcoran 



Most Ail-Around Boy — Kenny Fagan 





Class Dancer — Lisa Colvin 



Cutest Freckles — Ellen Joy 





Class Blusher — Lynne Cerretani 



Most Likely To Succeed Girl — Joan Ford 



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Brian Hughes — Most Athletic Boy 



Chuck Tryder — Most Respected Boy 





David Mongeau — Boy Most Likely To Succeed 



Naomi Ham — Hardest Worker 





Anita Grassi — Class Genius 



Stephen Brissette — Best Natured Boy 



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ACADEMICS 





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After a library with scjat'-i 

they give us a Resodrc^ _ -. , 

After classrooms with/bolted-dowh steel chairs an| floors with 

they give us open spaces and carpeting. 
After no heat in the winter and too much heat in the summer, 

they give us air conditioning. 
After a leaky gym with wooden floors, 

they give us a gym complex with polyturf. 
At last we have a place of our own. 



floors with missing tiles, 




Administrators 




Claude H. Croston 
Principal 



Kenneth R. Norris 
Vice Principal 





Anthony J. LaRosa 
Assistant Principal 



John W. Walsh 
Head Guidance Counselor 



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Earl T. Beshong Joseph L. Cody 

Occupational Education Coordinator Art Director 



Dr. Phyllis ]. Dragonas 
Foreign Language Coordinator 



Richard L. Hildreth 
Social Science Coordinator 





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Joseph D. Hoague 
Athletics Director 



Iver Laine 
Media Services Director 



Lawrence L. Leistinger 
Science Coordinator 



Ruth E. Tentler 
Mathematics Coordinator 




Dr. Gordon E. Wood 
Language Arts Coordinator 



Warren D. Wood 
Music Director 



Robert McCann 
Data Processing 



Robert Riccardi 
Data Processing 



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Angela Allen 
Languages 



Richard Allen 
Social Studies 



Ruthanne Arbeit 
Art 



Francis Ball 
Physical Education 



Paul Bean 
Physical Education 




Marilyn Blanchard Bertil Bloom Dorothy Bloom Peter Brown 

Occupational Education Occupational Education Occupational Education Social Studies 



Philip Bun- 
Social Studies 




Susan Caffrey 
Science 



Catherine Carrabis 
Occupational Education 



Frank Champi 
English 



Josephine Chase 
Physical Education 



Clayton Conn 
English 



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Francis Connolly 
Social Studies 



William Cooper 
English 



Harold Crane 
English 



Benedict Crupi 
Occupational Education 



Elizabeth Curren 
English 




Albert Cutting 
Science 



Ruth DeDomenico 
Languages 



Frank DeGiacomo 
Music 



Anthony DeTeso 
Social Studies 



Donald Dodge 
Science 




Anne Donahue 
Languages 



Helen Donovan 
Social Studies 



John Driscoll 
Social Studies 



Charles Dullea 

English 



Stephen Dumas 
Art 



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Daniel Falkenstein 
Occupational Education 



Mitchell P. Fava 
Math 



Jerome Ford 
Math 



Freeman Frank 
Social Studies 



Jane Gallacher 
I.M.C. 




Kathleen Gallagher 
Science 



Frances Galligan 
Languages 



Thomas Ganley 
Math 



David Gavin 
Math 



Michael Glynn 
English 




Richard Gordon 
Math 



Robert Grant 
Math 



Robert Gumbleton 
English 



Judith Hajec 
Science 



Christopher Hand 
Languages 



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Arthur Harrington 
English 



James Hodgkins 
Social Studies 



Henry Hughes John Hughes Marion Hume 

Social Studies Occupational Education Occupational Education 




Thomas Humphreys 
Math 



Clark Jenkins 
Occupational Education 



Janet Johnston 
Physical Education 



Gladys Katz 
Librarian 



Jennifer Kern 
Occupational Education 




Janet Kerrigan 
Science 



Alice Kramer 
Occupational Education 



Joan Leighton 
Languages 



Theodore Leutz 
Music 



Marion Macione 
Occupational Education 



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Donald Mack 
Math 



Katharine Marsh 
Art 



Patricia May 
English 



Robert Mclntyre 
Math 



Robert McLean 
Languages 




Martha Mead 
English 



Joseph Messina 
Music 



Charlene Moran 
English 



Herman Morrison 
Science 



James Morrow 
Math 




James Morse 
English 



Geraldine Moulaison 
Occupational Education 



Ruth Mucica 
Occupational Education 



Ann Norwood 
Social Studies 



Marie Nuzzo 
Languages 



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icia Osepchuk 


Diane Packer 


Arthur Poulos 


Agnes Prescott 


Gail Puntoni 


Science 


Science 


English 


English 


Art 




Robert Quinn 
Occupational Education 



James Reid 
Languages 



Peter Reilly 
Science 



William Reynolds 
Social Studies 



Robert Riccio 
Languages 




Charles Richardson 
I.M.C. 



Paul Roberts 
Occupational Education 



Norman Rockwood 
Math 



Jeffrey Rubin 
English 



Melanie Schlegel 
Languages 



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Thomas Schott 
Science 



Anthony Scibelli 
Physical Education 



Brian Shaughnessy 
Math 



Carol Silvestro 
English 



Paul Squatrito 
Art 




Cleve Stairs 
Occupational Education 



John Studley 
Occupational Education 



Edward Swiniarski 
Occupational Education 



Andrea Taffe 
Physical Education 



Richard Tice 
Occupational Education 




Audrey Tricco 
Occupational Education 



Jeffrey Trubisz 
English 



William Tryder 
Physical Education 



Mary Vahey 
Science 



Pamela Waterbury 
English 



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Guidance. Standing: Timothy Hurley, Daniel Simonds, Stephen Gordon, Robert Mullarky. Sitting: Doris Alcorn, Lorraine 
DiMuzio, Alice Cann. 




Office Staff. Standing: Lois Lochhead, Marie DeSisto. 
Sitting: Anna M. Previte. 



Office Staff. Mildred M. Fisher, Julia P. Morris, Jacque 
Northrup. 




Office Staff 
Mary L. Wenner 



Resource Center 
Eleanor Murphy 



Office Staff 
Mary McLean 



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Mr. Squatrito lends a helping hand to Mary Williams 



The Classroom Experience. 




Judy Curtin trying out one of the new electric typewriters. 



Debbie D'Antillo applies a finishing touch to her latest creation. 



Students enjoy English class in the open space classroom. 




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Paula Constantino, Joan Corcoran and Jane Lickly spend their study halls doing something constructive — talking. 




Students enjoy sampling their "homework" in our new cooking facilities 



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CLUBS 




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". . . Today at 2:35 there will be a meeting of the Biology 
Club in the Biology Lab . . . Photography Club will meet 
in the Dark Room . . . Log staff members arf reminded of 
their meeting in the Log OiiieeU^ -.-"Mofen - jfa& ce wu * 
practice in the Dance Room . .... Imprint E^tt#a%^ked 
to turn in all articles to the SAC Room . . . This concludes 
this morning's announcements . '. ■■■.''. We can sta^ as long 
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Student Government 




The Class of 76 



In our Junior year we elected the class officers of "76". 
Never before had a ballot been so filled with names. It 
seemed that everybody in our class wanted to be involved 
in the student government. The results were: Cheryl Val- 
erio — the first female Senior Class President in M.H.S. 
history; Donald Pearson — Vice President; Debbie Clifford 
— Treasurer; Cindy Amara — Secretary; and Pam Har- 
rington and Colleen Cathcart — Representatives. 

The officers have had a year filled with plans. In the 
opening months of school, the Seniors had a few social 
activities. During this time they were also preparing for 
the Prom and our reinstated Class Day. There were many 
money-making activities, especially in the days before 
Thanksgiving when lunch periods were filled with the 
sounds of the "Super Stereo". The Halloween Party, the 
Thanksgiving Day Pancake Breakfast, and every activity 
following these has proved successful to all involved. 



Colleen Cathcart listens intently to ideas suggested by other officers. 




Cindy Amara, Pam Harrington, Advisor Mr. Hughes, Cheryl Valerio, Debbie Clifford, Don Pearson, 
Advisor Ms. Gallacher, and Colleen Cathcart. 



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CLASS 
OFFICERS 




Class of '17 . President: Carl Maccario, Vice President: Susan 
Reardon, Treasurer: Ellen Hickey, Secretary: Donna Mallon, Rep- 
resentatives: Karen Timmons and Christine Sasso. 



'We are going to make a million dollars!" 



Class of 78. President: Nancy Eaton, Vice President: Diane Clif- 
ford, Treasurer: Kathy Corvino, Secretary: Carole Crowther, Rep- 
resentatives: Joyce Copeland and Tracy Eveleth. 



1978 



'We do not want our class to be a nothing. 



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The S.A.C., the Student Advisory Council to the 
School Committee, meets with Mr. Croston and Dr. 
Quinn to discuss student affairs which come under the 
jurisdiction of the School Committee. Because the 
S.A.C. must meet during school hours, arranging 
meetings is difficult; however, much is accomplished 
during their meetings. The S.A.C. attends School 
Committee meetings and is the representative group 
for student opinion. Open to suggestions at any time, 
this group has tried to express the views of the stu- 
dents clearly and to open up relationships between the 
student body and the administration. So far, their ef- 
forts have been very commendable. 



Senior member Sheila Cusolito. 



S.A.C. Members: L. Rucci, S. Cusolito, C. Reedy. 




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INTERNATIONAL CLUBS 



French Club 



The French Club began their year by electing their of- 
ficers. The results were: President — Debbie Rice, Vice 
President — Scott Kelley, Secretary — Donna Emery and 
Treasurer — Susan Clark. With these able officers and a 
dedicated advisor, Ms. Leighton, the French Club has 
filled its year with many activities. The first activity in- 
cluded an evening of French desserts and slides. One of 
the biggest events of the year was the International 
Christmas Party. Some members of the club made tradi- 
tional French dishes, while others sang Christmas 
carols. The French Club worked diligently on a French 
newspaper and a cookbook with French recipes donated 
by the members. At this time, the officers were also 
planning a "Mardi Gras" and a trip to Quebec City. 




Vice President — Scott Kelley. 




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The Spanish Club 

The Spanish Club, directed by Mr. Riccio, holds 
many special events along with regular meetings. At the 
International Christmas Party some club members put 
on a small skit for the other language clubs. The high- 
light of the year is the trip to Boston to a Spanish restau- 
rant and a museum. Near the end of the year an award 
will be given to the most outstanding Spanish student 
by the dub. The elected officers in the club are Presi- 
dent — Vicki Cerulle, Vice President — Lee DeAmicis, 
Treasurer — Karleen Bertulli, Secretary — Karen Crow- 
ley, and Publicity — Jean McLaughlin. Each student 
makes the Spanish Qub a rewarding and educational 
experience. 




Participants in the club's skit at the International Christmas Party. 




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President Frank LoPilato strikes out before the Christmas pinata. 



The Italian Club 



The Italian Club, led by President Frank LoPilato, 
Vice President Jean Ricciardelli, Secretary Lorna 
D'Amico, and Chairmen Larry D'Amato and Rhonda 
Farina, participated in many activities throughout the 
year. Dinner at an Italian restaurant began the year and 
before Christmas everybody participated in the Interna- 
tional Christmas Party. Plans were made for a possible 
trip to Italy to visit the cities of Rome, Florence and 
Venice. To conclude the year, a final banquet was held 
and the election of next year's officers took place. 



Members of the Italian Club participating in the skit given at the 
International Christmas Party. 





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Drama Society 

The Drama Society is comprised of ex- 
tremely creative and talented individuals. 
Through these individuals come some great 
performances. In the fall, a one act play is 
presented for both the community and the 
State Competition. In the spring, the group 
puts together a three act play which along 
with the fall presentation helps to finance 
the Drama Society. 

As the year draws to a close, the club 
travels to Stratford, Connecticut to partici- 
pate in a Shakespeare Festival and at the 
final meeting, the officers for the following 
year are elected. Not only the High School, 
but the entire Melrose community benefits 
from the well performed plays put on by the 
Drama Society. 




'Put it right here!' 




'Hello down there!' 



Row 1: K. Crowley, A. DiMeo, R. Corbett, J. Rice, C. Mouridian, P. Wood, D. Wolfe. Row 2: L. DeAmicis, 
D. Hearn, M. LePere, N. Trent, J. Butt, T. Vinchesi, D. Dougherty. Row 3: J. Madaughlin, G. Lubinger, B. 
Freda, N. DiRienzo, P. Heidkamp, J. Purcell, M. Savage. 



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Girl's Athletic Association 



No longer hampered by a strict dou- 
e sessions schedule, the Girl's Ath- 
tic Association had hoped to expand 
le intramural athletics program, 
owever, because of the newly estab- 
shed Student Activities Program, 
.A. A. was unable to sponsor intra- 
orals yet continued to participate ac- 
vely in the organization of the intra- 
ural volleyball program. 
Led by President Joan Corcoran and 
Ivised by Ms. Chase, G.A.A. spon- 
ged the annual Powder Puff football 
ime, an ice skating party, and a 
mare dance. Proceeds from these ac- 
uities and the successful stationary, 
lendar, and candy sales went to the 
.A. A. Banquet and Scholarship 
inds. 




President Joan Corcoran and Steve Donovan demostrate a "right elbow swing". 




Swing your corner lady.' 



I.A.A. Officers: 1. to r. standing: E. Toney, J. Corcoran, J. Newell. 
itting:S. Butler, L. DiMeo, J. Ricciardelli, D. McGovern. 



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The IMPRINT 



"To expose in order to remedy, to praise in order to support — at- 
tacking neither personalities nor institutions but the evils which de- 
stroy them." 

This year brought new positions, new faces, and new ideas to the 
IMPRINT. With seniors David Mongeau as Editor-in-chief and 
Angela Travis as Assistant Editor, the newspaper once again com- 
pleted a year of successful publications, including the traditional 
Misprint and Senior Class Will. Carrying the newly-designed mast- 
head, the IMPRINT issues brought news, sports, features, and crea- 
tive writing to the student body. The controversial highlights of this 
year's volume include the editorials on the death of the English lan- 
guage and the reprint of an article concerning birth control, the 
former prompting a response from the English Department Head and 
the latter establishing the principle of freedom of the press. 

Though shuffled around and never given an office to themselves, 
the IMPRINT staff did not permit their spirits to be blunted. This 
year, they raised more money than ever before. The haunted pres- 
ence of Brenda Vacarro overshadows the repeated success of the IM- 
PRINT. 




Assistant Editor Angela Travis finalizing copy for one of 
the paper's editions. 



Editor-in-chief David Mongeau finishing an edi- 
torial. 





Row 1: C. Evans, R. Corbett, D. Mongeau, R. Iacoviello, D. Callahan, T. Matteucci. Row 2: D. Rice, P. Mongeau, L. DiMeo. 
Row 3: N. Ham, E. Simpson, L. Nodwell, A. Grassi, A. Travis, D. Henken, J. Maclntyre, C. McSweeny, E. Toney. 



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CHEERLEADERS 



In the beginning there were practices . . . do it again, again 
let's be reasonable . . . louder you guys! . . . The first rally . . 
in the day? will anybody come? . . . look there's Mr. Hoague 
. . . Football games . . .on Monday?. . .left-left-left-turn. . 
a two name mega . . . raindrops, pink shakers, no splits today 
... Brunches . . . food is 'round the corner . . . somebody 
unzip me . . . Beach Boys . . . Bus rides . . . missing Mr. 
Wakefield . . . let's get rowdie . . . Soccer . . . well, yes or no? 
. . . every corner is a goal — you have got to be kidding! . . . 
Thanksgiving rally . . . Wizard of M . . .1 want that part! . . . 
us tumbling? . . . Winter sports . . . Tuesdav, Wednesday, 
Friday and Saturday . . . who has the baby lotion? . . . cheer- 
sicles . . . And still more practices . . . 1,2, 3's, guard right 
. . . smile! 

fond memories of cheerleading 1975-76 







Annette DiMeo 



Diane Rice 




Head Cheerleader, Cheryl Skane. Row 2: Annette DiMeo, Valerie Chrisafides. Row 3: Anne Miliotis, Diane Rice, Janet 
Soccorso, Ellen Joy. Row 4: Susan Reardon, Lisa Dellorfano, Carol Morris, Joy Tryder, Kim Kapelos. 




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We will never forget the '75 season, 

Victories, rallies, and brunches, the reasons. 

Practice and practice, day after day, 

To perfect our performance this was the way. 

PEOPLE and SMILES we will always remember, 

In sun or rain from September to November. 

Pre-game march was our favorite each game, 

And remembering half-times which were never the same. 

Memorable brunches and lively bus rides, 

Spirit, fun and that great Melrose pride! 

We had fun with the rally, the Wizard of M, 

And the memories we have will never end. 



Co-head, Dianne Tambini, set for half-time. 




M 
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E 
S 



Front: Co-heads, Dianne Tambini and Mary Cotter. Middle: Maria Sundquist, Jane Madden, Diane Mallon, 
Debra Hong, Donna Mallon, Lori Brown. Back: Kimberly Thistle, Debbie Hanson, Corinne Morris, Jeanette 
Murphy, Donna Browinski. Missing: Cathy Coughlin. 



T 
U 
M 
B 
L 
E 
R 
S 





Squatting: Lisa Colvin, Susan Newton, Jean Ricciardelli, Sheila Cusolito, Vickie Page. 2nd 
Row: Joan Corcoran, Cheryl Valerio, Liz Haddock, Georgia MaGuire. On Shoulders: Ruth 
Lanni, Susan Corcoran, Donna Behrle. 

This year the Tumblers continued to delight audiences both before 
football games and during the half-time shows. Advised by Mrs. Taffe, 
the girls performed routines which everyone helped to put together . . . 
dominos . . . pyramids. 

The team will always remember the seven seniors: Cheryl, for con- 
stantly being late . . . Georgia, for encountering obstacles en route to 
practice . . . Sheila, for doing everything slowly . . . Susan, for never 
missing practice . . . Ruth, for slipping in the mud . . . Joan, for falling 
on her nose . . . Lisa, for laughing all the time. The girls will never forget 
that one rainy Saturday which practically wiped out the entire team and 
those nighttime practices . . . "That looked terrible" . . . "Let's do it 
again" . . . 




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Pep Club 



Despite the late start, the Pep Club was able to continue to 
encourage spirit throughout the school. By rising above con- 
flicts, the members managed to work together. Under Miss 
Caffrey's guidance, the club provided buses to away games, 
decorated the building and sponsored the annual dances and 
pep rallies. 

We got to get this thing organized . . . next week . . . two 
hours and only thirty-six more posters ... if she's late ... I 
want to make his poster . . . keep the Sophs working . . . 
Who can draw good? ... 5 a.m. sunrise ... I don't believe 
she spilled the turpentine . . . feedbags . . . How do you 
spell tackle? . . . Fanny Farmers. 



Kathy O'Connell prepares the decorations for the cafe 



A productive Pep Club meeting 




Officers: C. Sasso, A. DiMeo, L. Murphy, D. Mallon, K. O'Connell, K. Corvino, M. Cotter, 
E. Hickey, G. Clifford. 



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Pal Club 




Reaching out to help others is the goal of the Pal 
Club. To achieve this goal, the members of the club par- 
ticipate in various community service projects. One 
major project is the Big Sister-Big Brother program. 
Once a week, a member of the club meets with a child 
to offer either entertainment or simply some love and 
understanding. In just a short time, an extremely close 
relationship is formed between the two people. To 
further strengthen this relationship, the Pal Gub holds 
two special events for the Big Sister-Big Brother pro- 
gram — the Christmas Party and the Spring Outing. 

Other activities sponsored by the Pal Club include 
helping handicapped and retarded children, and offer- 
ing friendship to lonely senior citizens. 

The Pal Club is educational and highly worthwhile. 
While the members learn from their volunteer work, 
they also have a great time! 





Row 1: M. LePere, T. McNulty, C. Strong, A. Purpel, C. Milano. Row 2: T. Matteucci, K. Thistle, B. Wenner, D. Mallon, D. 
Mongeau, D. Tambini, K. Kimball, E. Simpson, Mr. Hurley (Advisor), K. Graham, M. Alley, C. Barker, Mr. Simonds (Advisor), 
J. Hynes, Y. Arai, A. Travis. 



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LOG: An Activity — A Fulltime Job 

Accomplishment 



An 




Editors. Sitting 1. to r.: J. Ford, Editor-in-Chief; T. Maccario, Subscription; P. 
Nolan, Literary. Standing 1. to r.: R. Heidkamp, Layout; J. Markham, Adver- 
tising; T. Morley, Layout; H. Hughes, Typing. 



Photography Staff. Standing 1. to r.: L. Willwerth, D. Mallon. Sitting 
1. to r.: P. Mortimer, N. Tierney, S. Mugherini. 




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Advisors 
Ms. Moran and Ms. Waterbury 




Literary Staff — Row 1, E. Toney, B. Rosenzweig, S. Butler, Row 2, P. Edmunson, P. 
Nolan, T. Leach. Missing B. Holmes. 




Lay-Out Staff — T. Morley, L. Witkowski, R. Heidkamp, D. Rice, D. Salza, S. Rose, B. 
Vinchesi, P. Mongeau, S. Carpenter, J. Maserian. 




The purpose of a yearbook is to cap- 
ture the history of Senior year in pic- 
tures and words so that it can be re- 
lived over and over again. In the fall 
we began our work by choosing the 
theme — "at last we've found a place 
of our own," hoping that it expressed 
what we felt about being in the new 
school. We did not want this to be a 
yearbook that could have come from 
any other class in any other year — we 
wanted it to be our own. 

Together we lived through dead- 
lines, pictures — lost and found — and 
good times. We have been like a team 
practicing for the one big game — the 
final production. Directed by Ms. 
Waterbury and Ms. Moran and 
coached by Joan Ford, we survived. 
We can never forget what we've 
learned from this experience. As the 
publication of the entire book ap- 
proached, we realized that nothing 
could have been more satisfying than 
the work we did on it. 
. . . the knife? . . . Where's the book? 
. . . Ducky and Leo ... I want to go 
to a gode colleDge ... I definitely 
think we should put in the zip code 
. . .Guy Garon . . . Can I change my 
profile? . . . cute freckles . . . the 
radio isn't working . . . time to put on 
the lights ... I think I better call 
MOM ... 40 Senior pictures to a 
page? . . . Who's got the key? . . . 
"I'm really concerned!" . . . This is 
sad . . . "Yeah — aaa" ... Mr. Hult's 
in Florida? . . . Amherst ... He took 
the camera home! . . . Where's the 
Ko-Rectotype? . . . Mr. Norris . . . 
Special thanks to Mrs. Murphy and all 
the ladies in the first floor office . . . 
LOG 1976. 




Sheila Cusolito glances through a group of pictures from 
Mr. Hult. 



Typing Staff — N. Gilliatt, J. Butt, H. Hughes, L. Brown, 
E. Simpson. 



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Subscription Staff. Left to Right: A. DiMeo, S. Cusolito, P. Mongeau, K. McNary, T. 
Maccario, S. Dunn, C. Reedy. 




Advertising Staff. Left to Right: K. Kapelos, L. Maclachlan, J. Markham, J. Soccorso, L. 
Cerretani, E. Joy. 




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Ms. Waterbury and Rosie Heidkamp. 



Glee Club 



New faces and new voices marked this year's Glee 
Club as its new director, Mr. Joseph Messina, made 
his High School debut. The group consisted of ninth 
through twelfth graders who met not only in class but 
also at after school singing sessions. The Club per- 
formed at the annual Christmas Vespers and Spring 
Concert programs and many members held lead parts 
in the annual school musical. In the community, the 
Glee dub performed for city-wide, social, and church 
groups. Music at these functions varied from classical 
to sacred to contemporary. 




The Glee Club leaving school after a productive practice. 




Row 1: N. DiGiacomo, M. Lakin, J. Petmazakis, E. Winters, E. Blaney, C. Cross, D. Purdy, E. Wyatt, M. Martin, N. Trent, C. 
Cummings. Row 2: P. Mooney, K. McGee, M. Sundquist, R. Pritchard, K. Copeland, H. Clark, O. Doherty, A. Maskell, C. 
Mouradian, R. Corbett, M. Scully, L. Cranford. Row 3: C. Lourd, T. Vinchesi, J. Savage, P. Heidkamp, L. DiRenzo, A. Briggs, J. 
Wolfe, E. Simpson, S. Chadwick, D. Hall, M. Savage, K. Graham. Row 4: L. Dodge, R. Cacchiotti, C. Freda, M. Santos, D. 
Horgan, P. Wood, Mr. Messina. 



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The Chess Club 



After barely missing the play-offs for 
district championship last year, the 
Chess Club, or more appropriately cal- 
led the Chess Team, began practicing 
for this year's competitions. This year 
there are more members than ever be- 
fore on the team including two girls, 
whose presence is much appreciated. 




Tough match against Woburn. 




Top 1 to r • A. Wong, M. Murphy, M. Savage, Mr. Morrow, K. Scarborough, J. Henderson, K. Amerault, C. Bowe. Bottom. 1. 
to r.: J. Alley, J. Sweeney, T. Barbur, P. Downey, B. Brown, R. Diamond, A. Mayers. 



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D.E.C.A. 




Row 1: D. Venezia, J. Curtin, S. Davis, V. DiCarlo, D. Horgan, E. Perrotti, D. Piques, S. Mugherini, B. Coffin. Row 2: I. Loth, J. 
Stewart, N. Ventola, S. Kent. Row 3: K. Lacey, D. Kittredge, E. Fitzgerald, G. Vernet, J. Marchetti, D. DiPirro, J. Mclntire. Row 
4: P. Mortimer, R. Scibelli, V. DeBenedictis, K. Staskawicz, C. Dumey, G. Carney, M. Farina, G. MacWilliams, J. Aubin, G. 
Marinelli, R. Poulin, G. Sarni, B. Maxwell, M. Paris. 



The Distributive Education Club 
consists of thirty-three students who 
work with service and merchandise 
training. The new school store has 
played an important part in the club 
since its activities can only take place 
during school hours. 

D.E.C.A. works in conjunction with 
the Cooperative Education Board 
whose main emphasis is working on 
service and distribution, allowing the 
students to experience these firsthand. 
Salesmen come to the school store, and 
the students decide what merchandise 
would be best to sell and what price it 
should be sold at. They are trained to 
find those things that would please the 
majority of the students, not just them- 
selves. Their plan is to promote spe- 
cials each month in the store. For 
example, in October they promoted 
winter clothing. In December the spe- 
cials were Christmas oriented. They 
even hope to be able to sell gowns for 
the Senior and Junior Proms. Mr. 
Quinn feels quite pleased with the 
school store. "We are very fortunate to 
have it." 

The club plans on taking a number 
of field trips to various distribution 
centers. Some of these include the Gil- 
lette Company, the Sheraton Hotel of 
Boston, the Government Center and 
the Stock Market. Mr. Quinn feels this 
will enlighten the students even 
further in Distributive Education. 




N. Ventola and G. 
Arts. 



MacWilliams on the job in Graphic 



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BAND AND 
FLAG SQUAD 




"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps he 
hears a different drummer . . ." The Band, with a touch of 
traditionalism and a touch of modernism, proudly marched its way 
onto the football field and concert stage once again this year. Di- 
rected by Frank DiGiacomo and co-student leaders Angela Travis and 
John Blackwood, the Band began its performing season at the Pep 
Rally in September. From the gym floor to the football bleachers, the 
Band, with its famed trumpet "Beat 'Em Up!" call, continued to lead 
Melrose High cheering sections at the games. With the co-student 
leaders and Senior Squad Leader Chris Atwood, the group enter- 
tained the football crowds with half-time programs of "Evil Ways", 
"Jazz Man", "Satin Doll", "Artistry in Rythm", "Conquest", "April 
in Paris", "Brazil", and "You Are The Sunshine of My Life". 

After the excitement of the Thanksgiving Day football game, the 
Band moved indoors to perform in the annual music department's 
Spring and Pop Concerts. The talented group concluded the season 
with the traditional city-wide Memorial Day Parade and the gradua- 
tion ceremonies. ". . . let him step to the music he hears, however 
measured or far away." 




A Band member takes a break. 



The M.H.S. Flag Squad under the direction of Sandy Fischer. 




The M.H.S. Band led by student leaders Angela Travis and John Blackwood. 



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Modern Dance 



After getting off to a late start, 
the Modern Dance Club finally or- 
ganized itself into a close, hard- 
working group. Hindered by the 
lack of an advisor early in the year, 
the club had great difficulty in 
preparing their first show, which 
was a success because of the strong 
determination of each of the mem- 
bers. The girls made all their own 
costumes and scenery, and 
choreographed the dances them- 
selves . . . "Where is everyone?" 
. . . "Don't say that, you can do 
it." . . . "TRY!" . . . "No, no, no, 
that's all wrong." . . . "Point those 
toes" . . . "Put more into your 
dance" . . . "SHAKE" . . . "It's 
good but" . . . "Wednesday is re- 
hearsal — Be There!" . . . "prac- 
tice, practice, practice" . . . 
"When can we use OUR room?" 
. . . "Variety Does Make The 
World Go Round". 




Jennifer Haywood 



Ruth Lanni 




Row 1: Treasurer: C. Dawson, President: J. Haywood, Vice President: Peggy Cheney, Secretary: L. D'Amico. Row 2: C. Cerre- 
tani, C. Hong, L. Colvin, L. Murphy, M. Taylor, C. Corvino, D. Hall, V. DiCarlo, C. Casey. Row 3: R. Lanni, E. Toney, J. Wells, 
T. O'Donnell, M. Walsh, I. Piques, S. Bean, A. Jenkins, S. Herlihy, C. Ventola, J. Champoux. 



H 
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Y 




The Honor Society is composed of those Se- 
niors who have attained Honor Roll the last 
two quarters of both their sophomore and their 
junior years. Although the Honor Society 
began slowly, they were able to accomplish a 
few things. The members were issued passes 
which allowed them to leave study hall in 
order to go to the Resource Center or to club 
meetings. The Honor Society also instituted a 
tutoring system to help those who needed help 
in different academic areas. 



Jennifer Maclntyre 




Row V. A. Travis, A. Grassi, ,. Ford, N. Ham, D Rice P. ^^^^ZTP'Cro^X^ *Vs££?dX S 
Kiley, J. Maclntyre, M. Alley, L. Wilk, S. Rose, S. Butler, R. facoviello, J- Browr^ C. Gocetti. ^ • ) gas ^ Buonogiiorio, C . 



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Debate 




"Slow down and speak like a human being.' 



Pam Harrington and Cindy Amara accept an award from the president 
of Suffolk University. 



Work, work, work. Research, research, research. File, file, 
file, Cut and Paste. "Mine eyes are dim, I can not see" . . . 
Practice debate by Thursday. 1,2,3,4 . . . Where is the case? 
5,6,7,8 . . . movies 9,10,11,12 . . . intermediates 
13,14,15,16 . . . Where is F.T.F.? . . . It's time to go. 
17,18,19,20 . . . judges 21,22,23,24 . . . thirty briefcases, 
forty file cards, two missing . . . cases, F.T.F. . . . 
25,26,27,28 . . . There is order to our madness . . . 
29,30,31,32 . . . We're all set, let's go. Wise off . . . Bronx, 
U. Mass., Dartmouth, U. Pitt., states, districts . . . Col- 
orado Springs here we come! 

The memories are innumerable, the friendships are ever- 
lasting, the rewards are great. Led by the infamous Freeman 
T. Frank, the team has lived through snowstorms, cramped 
quarters, "breakin' down" cars, and an occasional missing 
partner. Despite all this, the team has managed to win 
many trophies in all divisions over the years. Outstanding 
senior debaters include President Cindy Amara and Vice 
President Pam Harrington. 





The Debate Club 



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The Jazz-Rock Ensemble 

Although the ensemble is only three years old, it has 
grown to be known as one of the top high school stage 
bands in the state. The group has been called upon to 
participate in many functions and civic activities this 
year including performances at the Rotary Club, elemen- 
tary schools, state jazz festivals and competitions, Senator 
Kennedy's visit to the high school, assembly programs, 
Melrose Heritage Day, and Jazz-Rock Night. The Ensem- 
ble is directed by Mr. Frank DeGiacomo and includes: 
Trumpets: Richard Pigeon, Dana Burns, Tom Ledoux, 
Tom Doyle, Dave Belcher; trombones: Jeff Surette, Mark 
Metcalfe, Doug Bond, Glenn Olson and Cornell Hooton; 
saxaphones: Chris Atwood, Tom Norton, John Wool- 
dridge, James Capone and John Blackwood; rhythm sec- 
tion: Ann Sybicki, Kori Scarborough, William Ring, Kris- 
tin Tallberg, Steve Wolpe and Robert Blasi. 



Robert Blasi 





Row 1: A. Strileckis, C. Atwood, J. Capone, J. Woodridge. Row 2: C. Hooton, G. Olson, J. Surette, D. Bond. Row 3: D. Belcher, 
K. Scarborough, T. Doyle, A. Sybicki, R. Pigeon, D. Burns, T. Ledoux, S. Wolpe, R. Blasi, W. Ring, Mr. DeGiacomo, K. 
Tallberg. 



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Orchestra 



The Melrose High Orchestra is an ac- 
tive organization. Directed by Mr. 
Theodore Leutz, the Orchestra has 
been taught the techniques of group 
performing. They participated in 
shows for both the elderly and the 
children of Melrose. The group played 
in successful Vespers programs and 
Spring Concerts. Their music added 
much to the school productions of 
"The Sound Of Music", "Oliver" and 
"Fiddler on the Roof". 




Luanne Witkowski 




Row 1: S. Mrose, E. Desmond, J. Sullivan, K. Scarborough, C. Scott, L. Witkowski. Row 2: D. Jankov, R. Rudolph, A. Sybicki, 
N. Putnam, M. Savage, D. Morrisey. 



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Business Club 



The Business Club is affiliated with the Office Edu- 
cation Association. This is an organization sponsored 
by the U.S. Department of Education and the State 
Department of Education to foster programs of inter- 
est, both educationally and socially, for students in- 
volved in Occupational Education. 

In cooperation with the Home Economics Depart- 
ment, the Business Club students participated as mod- 
els in a fashion show in January sponsored by the 
Simplicity Pattern Company. 

The Business Club is looking forward to attending 
an Office Education Association Business Conference 
to be held at the Ferncroft in Danvers. This is an an- 
nual conference attended by high school business 
students from all sections of the state. The latest in 
business equipment is shown, and the students are al- 
lowed to use the machines; competitions in various 
subject matter are offered and business career people 
discuss the opportunities available in the "World of 
Work". 

They are also interested in sponsoring their own 
educational, social, and moneymaking activities at the 
high school and, with field trips, to increase their 
business knowledge and to enjoy new friendships. 



Elaine Farrell practices her business skills. 





Kneeling: R. Giradi, N. Tobey, E. Farrell. Row 2: S. DeFabio, L. Tobey, S. Tobey, D. Griffin, S. Lee, A. Cincotta, E. Cincotta, 
Advisor Mrs. Moulaison. 



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Biology Club 




Row 1: C. Sasso, J. Newall, A. Grassi, M. Robichaud, C. Johnson, J. Kripp, S. O'Brien, J. Campbell, K. Bertulli, N. Putnam. Row 2: 
C. Carr, D. Ryan, N. Ham, L. Azevedo, C. Sasso, L. Huber, T. Amarault, Miss Packer, Mrs. Hajec. 




The Biology Club is advised by Mrs. Hajec 
and Miss Packer. This year the club has spon- 
sored career .talks which offer information to 
students interested in a Science profession. 
These discussions covered jobs from Horticul- 
ture to Lab Technology. There were also lec- 
tures at the Science Museum and a spring field 
trip. The main event this year, as always, is 
Focus: Outdoors, a science-oriented weekend 
held in the summer, with speakers and visitors 
from all over the country. The Club officers are 
President — Catherine Bersani, Vice President 
— Donna Browinski, Secretary — Elizabeth 
Holmes, and Treasurer — Joanne Kripp. 



President Cathy Bersani 



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Red and White Activities 




Lori Brown and Scott Ducott dance a traditional German dance at the International Christmas Party. 




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John O'Hara and Bruce Johnson take advantage of the many different kinds of food at the International Christmas Party. 




The Folk Music Club 






S. Bassett, S. Tobey, S. Carpenter, B. Walker, L. Dodge, A. Prater, C. Dawson, B. Wen- 
ner, C. Richardson (Advisor) 




Sheldon Carpenter 




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Lyman Dodge 



Photography Club 




T. Snook, S. Markham, T. Barber, E. Paolini, Advisor J. GaUacher, C. DeSisto. 

Auto Club 



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■■■■■£$* 



Tim Snook and Eric Paolini study pictures. 




Juli Petto shows the Auto Club how to tune a car. 



Russ Walker putting the finishing touches or 



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Student Congress 




Student Congress members making vital decisions 




<s*£ks ■ -^£38 



"Slow down Ms. Norwood, I can't write THAT fast!" 



'Now gentlemen, you know these meetings are top secret.' 



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Camping & Mountain Climbing 




Michael Santos and Edith Abramo discuss future plans for the 
Aviation Club. 



Row 1: Mr. Dodge, Advisor, M. Santos, S. Chadwick, E. Abramo, P. Comeau. Row 
2: M. Nee, S. Fletcher, P. Borghetti, D. Nee, J.D'Agostino. Row 3: B. Dennen, S. 
Smith, J. Norris, A. Zebrowski, J. Campbell. 



Model Trains Club 




Bob Brown 




Bridge Club 



Richard Dodge says "Fourth from your longest and strongest." 




"Drat! Foiled again!" 



Brian Gillespie contemplates the last bid. 



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Ping Pong 




Psyched-up for a match 



Diane Leary awaits the serve 



It hit the net, I tell ya! 




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John Shinay accepts his championship trophy 



FOOTBALL: A SEASON FILLED WITH THE 

UNEXPECTED 




Captain Dan McCormack and Coach Joe Hoague. 



Jack Muse pushes through a tight enemy defense. 




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Bill Pogor attempting a pass. 



Anxious Melrose players await a touch-down. 



After delaying the first game because of the weather, the football 
team began its season by beating a highly ranked Watertown 
22-18. This upset victory placed them on top of the Boston Globe's 
Division 1 ranking which soon was to change. Before the second 
game Head Coach Joe Hoague suffered the heart attack that kept 
him out for the remainder of the season. Further plagued by in- 
juries, miserable weather and close games, the team compiled the 
record of 1-7-1. They definitely outplayed their opponents in all 
but two games yet the outcomes did not reflect their hard and 
continuous efforts. 

Included on the roster are twelve seniors: John Gill, John Eaton, 
Neil Rogers, Tom Hickey, Joe Hirschfeld, David Masel, Ray Blan- 
chard, Captain Dan McCormack, Tom Stanton, Bill Pogor, Mike 
Lyle and Linus O'Donnell. Some played major parts on the field 
while others added support from the sidelines. Each in his own 
way contributed to the team that never gave up. 





John Eaton bursts through the line for a short gain. 



Jeff Simpson (no. 33) avoids two would-be tacklers on 
an end run. 




"SOCCER'S SPIRIT'S STRONG" 



The Soccer Team finished Middlesex League play with 
a record of 5-10-1. The team, led by Co-Captains Brian 
Hughes and John O'Hara, just could not put forth a solid 
winning streak throughout the season. They were not, 
however, without their outstanding players. Hughes led 
the team with twelve points, nine of which were goals. 
Halfback Nick Moise controlled most of the games from 
his position, while Bruce Johnson led the fullbacks. The 
goalie combination of Scott Colborne and Dan Callahan 
should also be credited for preventing many of their 
opponents' goals. Other contributing seniors were Billy 
Curry, Frank LoPilato, Nick Murphy, Al Cairns, Fred 
Hannigan, Peter LaSaffre, Jimmy Trusselle, and Steve 
Donovan ... A building season . . . "My red uniform 
is gone . . . This locker room stinks! . . . You tried your 
best, what can I say?" 




Co-Captains John O'Hara and Brian Hughes with Coach Arthur 
Poulos. 



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Row 1: Al Cairns, Al Gregorio, Co-Captain Brian Hughes, Co-Captain John O'Hara, Richard Hand, Frank LoPilato. Row 2: 
Coach Arthur Poulos, Fred Hannigan, Steven Donovan, Jimmy Trusselle, Bob McCaughey, Peter Borghetti, Steve Denning, 
Nick Murphy, Billy Curry. Row 3: Scott Colborne, Peter LeSaffre, John Alfano, Steven Matteucci, Nick Moise, Ken Griffin, 
Bruce Johnson, John Stamatopoulis, Dan Callahan. 





Row 1: L. Pearson, D. McGovern,M. Kiley, J. Nasson,L. DiMeo, S. D'Agostino, S. Cathcart, D. Fields. Row 2: Manager A. DiMeo, Coach 
Jan Johnston, L. Ceccherini, B. Downey, K. McNeil, S. Hoague, S. Voci, S. Butler, C. Lux, Manager M. Collins. 



If you believe in 
Field Hockey, you 
gotta believe in 
Melrose High 



Although this year's Field Hockey Team did 
not win as many games as it had hoped, not once 
did the girls lost their spirit and determination 
to win. . . "We believe!" . . . With the "supa" 
dedication of Coach Jan Johnston and the lead- 
ership of Captain Laura DiMeo, the team fought 
each game to the last second . . . "Don't quit" 
. . . Because of their outstanding skill, goalie 
Brenda Downey and halfback Laura DiMeo were 
selected for the league All-Star Field Hockey 
Team. 

CF-Steph, "Get out of my way, girlie!"; RI- 
Sal, "Don't hit it too hard, Jess"; RW-Jess, "Does 
anybody else have to . . .?"; LH-Voce, scoops 
and poses; CH-Lola, "Get your man!"; RH-Sue, 
"Oh, Suzanne!"; LF-Kung, "Ask me not."; 
G-Brenda, "Is there any more tape?" . . . 
Mother and the family . . . Sister Sows . . . 
psyche signs . . . feedbags . . . rowdie bus 
rides . . . Sophie . . . Alright . . . "I'm not 
your mother!" . . . 



For when the One Great Scorer 
comes to write against your name, 

He writes not that you won or lost — 
but how you played the game. 
Grantland Rice 




Varsity Captain Laura DiMeo and Coach Jan Johnston. 




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Varsity practice with "Coach". 








Row 1: C. Lux, D. Crescenzi, D. DiAngelis, P. Christianson, M. Leahy, R. MacLaughlan, N. Arena, J. MacDougaU, D. Clifford, S. 
LaSaffre, J. Parisi, T. O'Donnell, A. DiMeo, Coach Murphy. Row 2: M. Collins, S. O'Brien, M. Taylor, K. Timmons, M. Tambini, C. 
McNeil, K. Sasso, J. Nasson, J. Lynch, T. Eveleth, L. Rucci. 



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CROSS 

COUNTRY 

"HITS 

THOSE 

HILLS' 



// 



Co-Captain Bruce Wenner 





Varsity Kneeling- Philip Winslow, Mark Hemenway, Richard Pierce, William DeYoung, John Ardizzoni, Carl 
Maccario. Standing: Coach Robert Mclntyre, Co-Captain Bruce Wenner, Co-Captain Anthony Maccano, Anthony 
Strileckis. 

Conditioning in August . . . Buttricks the long way . . . straights ... the tree . . . "Hit 
those hills hard!". . .Spot Pond. . . The Cross Country Team completed another successful 
season as senior Co-Captains Tony Maccario and Bruce Wenner paced the varsity squad to a 
6-3 record. With Bruce's injury, Tony took on the early season scoring responsibility and 
broke the ieague record on the Woburn course. Wenner's comeback, "a fantastic recovery", 
sparked the team's spirit . . . Mt. Hood . . . Billy Goat Hill ... the hardest course in the 
league . . . "Wenner broke the record" . . . senior girls Sheila Cusolito and Cindy Reedy 
. . . Kid's dedication . . . Speed's mouth on the run . . . 



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Junior Varsity. Kneeling: Cheryl Johnson, Sarah Snow, Sheila Cusolito, Cindy Reedy. 
Standing: Coach Robert Mclntyre, John Silva, John Wooldridge, Joe Corbett. 

The team performed well in the League Meet with Melrose unexpectedly- 
finishing third. The highlight of the meet was the MHS Co-Captains' 
victories over all other Middlesex runners. Wenner placed first and Mac- 
cario second. Reedy finished third among all female entries. Melrose's 
entry in the state competition was Bruce Wenner who finished tenth 
among all Massachusetts runners. The outstanding co-captain then went 
on to be a member of the Massachusetts Cross-Country Team in competi- 
tion against Connecticut at Amherst . . . The League Banquet, 1974, 1975 
. . . Tony winning the simulated race . . . Coaches', States, Invitational 
. . . muddy Franklin Park. 



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Gymnastics: A Super Season 




Sitting: S. Hoague, S. Voci, J. Corcoran, L. DiDonato, J. Nasson. Kneeling: D. MacLeod, D. Berhle, S. Corcoran, M. Tambini, J. 
Nasson, E. Haddock, M. McBride. Standing: Mrs. Taffe, Mr. Taffe. 



Four score and a couple of 
months ago, the Taffes brought 
forth to this school a new team, 
conceived in talent, and dedi- 
cated to the proposition that all 
must give 100% . . . Lori, "My 
life has been dimished." Sally, 
"Post our weights??" "SURE!!" 
Jess, "No energy, that's it!" 
Sue, "Seriously you guys, I 
hate gymnastics!" Joan, "I'll be 
here all night!" The 1975-76 
Gymnastics Team will long re- 
member weigh-ins, "hide the 
scale!", Carole King, dancing 
lesson, a shared gym . . . "Off 
with your warmups!" . . . 

me confer." . . . 

. "Pizzazzzz" . . . 
"Don't pull 

you get to 

. Buns . . . socks 
. . blotches . . . 



"Wait, let 

Style out . 

Smile . . 

down till 

bench." . 

that match 

staying on the beam 

inging on the bars . . 



em 
the 



. . sw- 
sell it! 




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Wrestlers Pin Their Opponents 



The Wrestling Team coached by Mr. Ball, although 
dominated by underclassmen, based its fine season 
upon the outstanding job of the following four seniors: 

Tri-Captain Andy Campbell having the finest season 
of his varsity career pinned all his Middlesex League 
opponents and later defended his sectional title at 169 
pounds. 

Tri-Captain Frank LoPilato highlighted the season 
with his first place finish at the Lowell Invitational 
Tournament and continued to have his best season. 

Tri-Captain Bob Skane, also having a fine season, 
overcame many tough opponents. Bob, in defending 
his sectional title, hoped to improve his second place 
finish in the state tournament. 

Bill Curry, the fourth senior on the squad, vastly 
improved on his previous record. The highlight of the 
season was his third place finish at the Dedham Holi- 
day Tournament. 




Co-Captain Bob Skane trys to put his opponent on his back. 




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Co-Captain Andy Campbell overpowers his competition. 



The Winner!" 




Row 1: T. Murphy, J. Gray, G. Kelley, K. Allen, P. Campbell, P. Bidgood. Row 2: G. Wells, K. Barry, B. Curry, Tri-Captains: F. LoPilato, A. 
Campbell, B. Skane, R. Hand, S. Williams. Row 3: K. Kasperian, J. Delani, S. Chipman, F. Corvino, K. Kelley, T. Morris, B. Travis, G. Green, R. 
Corrado, D. Lynch, F. Ball. 




From the sideline the team gives support to a friend 



Swimmers Waiting For The Gun 



This year's Swim Team is the best Melrose 
has seen in recent years. Because of its previ- 
ous success, the team has moved from the 
Northern League and now competes in the 
more competitive Western' League. Even with 
this more challenging League, the team, led by 
Co-Captains John Gill and Tom Nordberg, 
managed to come out on top once again. Rick 
Croteau, Kevin Hunt, and Peter Swindlehurst 
performed well throughout the year. Also se- 
nior girls Sandy Chadwick, Nancy Putnam, 
and Kathy Evans gave great support to their 
teammates. Next year Donna Nordberg, Lisa 
and Tanya McManus, Maria Rudolph and out- 
standing underclassman Ed Kodgis are ex- 
pected to carry the team. 




Chris Palmer executes a perfect swan dive. 




John Gill waiting for the gun. 





Some last minute coaching. 





Row 1: Mr. Grant, E. Shultes, V. Page, M. Kiley, L. McManus, Co-Captain J. Gill, Co-Captain T. Nordberg, D. Nordberg, P. 
Flanagan, L. Carr. Row 2: R. Croteau, K. Hunt, T. McManus, D. Bowman, R. Deconinck, P. Swindlehurst, T. Glynn, E. Kodzis. 
Row 3: P. Winslow, T. Nee, C. York, T. Burne, J. Driscoll, C. McPherson. 



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WE'RE NUMBER ONE 



There is not much that has to be said about the 
hockey team. They set their goal at Middlesex 
League Champs early in the year and earned the 
position by becoming a well-organized, hard play- 
ing successful unit. The league play ended with a 
record of 15-2-1. It was highlighted by the two Bur- 
lington games, the first game finishing in a 4-3 vic- 
tory for Melrose and the second finishing in a 2-1 
defeat. The final game of the year came on Febru- 
ary 28, 1976 when, in the first round of the Eastern 
Mass. Tournament, the team was defeated by 
Braintree, 4-2. This marked the end of a sem- 
mingly long season, a winning one that the players 
should think about with pride. 

With many years of experience playing together, 
the Seniors constituted the main part of the team's 
strength. Representing Melrose in the Middlesex 
League All Star Game was Captain Jim DeYoung, 
Jim Boyden, Brian Hughes, Daryl MacLeod, Chuck 
Tryder, and Eric Wilson. Also Brian Hughes, Daryl 
MacLeod, and Eric Wilson were three of the top 
ten leading scorers in the League. Each skater was 
a super-star who had worked and drilled for the 
team's benefit. As a group, they worked until the 
team became one of the most respected in New 
England. 




Row 1: B. Hughes, C. Tryder, K. Fagan, Captain J. DeYoung, D. Rand, R. Aylward, D. MacLeod, Row 2: Coach Hughes, Captain DeYoung, Asst. Coach 
S. Crowell, Coach Henry Hughes, A. Gregorio, E. Wilson, N. Murphy, A. Fish, F. Hannigan, L. Tryder. 
Capuano, Asst. Coach Bill Tryder, J. Boyden. Row 3: Manager P.J., J. Muise, S. Colburne, T. Cronin. 





Goalie Jim Boyden stops an attack from the opposing team. 




Ken Fagan and Ray Aylward setting up a play in front of the net. 



Fred Hannigan 



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Raider Pride Runs Deep 

"This is a building year, ladies." . . . the sophomore babes . . . "Atta 
girl, A.J.!" . . . "Pick up your man, Cindy." . . . "Cabe, watch your feet." 
. . . "Get off the floor, Denise!" . . . Mary, you held your own." . . . 
"Nice and easy on the shot, Nance." . . . the three juniors . . . "Relax 
Jan!" . . . "Care for an Eskimo, Checs?" . . . "Hey Rookie, smile! You're 
on Candid Camera!" . . . 

With nine underclassmen on the squad, the Girls Varsity Basketball 
team this year concentrated on preparing for future seasons. Supa Coach 
Johnston, in her second year as head, taught the team not only the basics 
of offense and defense but also the spirit of sportsmanship and pride. 
Although there were times when the scoring was lacking, there was never 
a shortage of enthusiasm or spirit on the team. Led by Co-Captains 
Stephanie D'Agastino and Brenda Fogarty, the Raiders were "psyched" 
game after game. Bright spots on the team were senior Paula Tricca, high 
scorer for the season, and Debbie "Rookie" McGovern, consistent as both 
an offensive and defensive player. Every member of the squad, whether 
she was on the bench or on the court, however, had one thing in common: 
team pride. Throughout the season, Raider pride ran deep, especially in 
the seniors .... "Lola, how're your ankles?" . . . "Trie, here comes 
Faulkenstein!" . . . "Tone, show 'em how to drive" . . . "Stephanie, just 
SMILE!" . . . Forget it, Foge" ... 





Coach Janet Johnston with Co-Captains Brenda Fogarty and Stephanie D'Agostino. 



Paula Tricca passes off for an assist. 



Thanks for the help, Mr. 
Graham . . . communica- 
tion is the name of the 
game . . . "Help first!" 
. . . defensive shuffle . . . 
Pinch! Go! . . . "Are you 
Italian? Well then, prove 
it!" . . . shoot-points . . . 
The Twelve Days Of Prac- 
tice . . . Graham Crackers 
. . . "Who turned out the 
lights?" . . . "They have 
the height on us, but" . . . 
"This is our game" . . . 
"Get psyched, Melrose!" 
. . . "Don't quit" . . . 
"We'll get them next time." 
. . . Red Raider Pride, in 
the team, in the co- 
captains, in the coach, in 
the season. 




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Row 1: L. DiMeo, P. Tricca, Co-Captains S. D'Agostino & B. Fogarty, E. Toney, D. McGovern. Row 2: 
& S. Brown, C. McCaleb, A. Jenkins, J. Newell, N. Arena, L. Ceccherini, D. Crescenzi, M. Wilkinson 



Mgrs. D. DiFranza 
Coach Johnston. 






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'Ladies, this is our game.' 



Row 1: C. Lamattina, D. Lamson, B. Burgoyne, Co-Captains, C. Stantial & C. Carr, L. Sprague, M. Bates. 
Row 2: Coach Smith, N. Tricca, J. MacMillan, M. Ciccia, C. O'Donnel, N. Fiebig, M. Chandley, C. 
Strong, M. Taylor, M. Collins, C. Lux. „, 



Boys Basketball Looks Toward The 



Future 




Row 1: J. Simpson, R. Puntoni, Co-Captain J. Lynch, Co-Captain, B. Pogor, J. Eaton, K. McCormack. Row 2: 
Coach Scibelli, J. Willwerth, D. Whitehorn, S. Matteucci, Assistant Coach Gary Graham. 



Lack of experience was the downfall of the 1975-76 Boys Basketball team. Led by only 
three seniors, John Eaton and Co-Captains Jimmy Lynch and Bill Pogor, the young team 
experienced a building season and hopes for an improved record next winter. All the 
same, this cannot be called a team without spirit and the will to win. The boys worked 
hard both at practice and in league competition and never let down until the final buzzer 
of the game. 



Coach Scibelli, Co-Captains Bill Pogor and Jimmy Lynch and Assistant Coach Gary Graham. 



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Through rain and snow and cold of day, 
the Track Team ran their lives away. 



This year the Winter Track Team experienced a grow- 
ing season. Led by Co-Captains Chuck Thistle and Tom 
Matteucci, the team worked very hard all season al- 
though the weather did not cooperate with them. There 
were several veterans returning to the team and many of 
the underclassmen competed on the varsity level. They 
hold a lot of potential for the future. 

Outstanding performances were turned in by Bruce 
Wenner — mile, Steve Scofield — hurdles, Tom Mat- 
teucci — dash, Chuck Thistle — 600, Mike Nee — high 
jump and Tony Maccario — 2 mile. Juniors "Bubba" 
Shea, Billy DeYoung, Rick Pierce, and Carl Maccario 
improved a great deal from last year and proved to be 
vital members of the team. 

On January 28 Chuck Thistle had his golden locks 
shaved off by his illustrious coach, Mr. Maclntyre. The 
team was very spirited and dedicated and they look 
forward to an even better season next year. 




Mike Nee barely misses the pole in the high jump. 




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Row 1: M. Hemmenway, A. Strileckis, C. Bowe, W. DeYoung, C. Maccario, J. Ardizonni, G. Fanekis, D. Hong. Row 2: C. 
Reedy, D. Adelizzi, T. Plough, J. Corbett, B. Wenner, A. Maccario, A. Meyers, J. Silva, C. Johnson, G. Madigan. Row 3: Coach 
Maclntyre, D. Nee, C. Koch, J. Wooldridge, E. Ball, Co-Captain C. Thistle, Co-Captain T. Matteucci, R. Pierce, R. Shea, M. 
Nee, S. Scofield. 



SPECTATORS: 
An Important Part Of Any Event 




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Personalities 







We ve known each other since seventn 

grade. 

We have grown and developed into people 

with varied interests. 

We have become friends with special and 



Willi Ci CI IL L/ClOUllCUiLiCJ niiw guu».tuiLvu v-.*- 

is all that matters in the place of our own. 



Edith R. Abramo 

47 Bellevue Ave. 

Face . . . "That's 
Great!" . . . Fondly re- 
members flying with 
Sandy and Brenda . . . 
Mr. Dodge and Aviation 
Science . . . Favorite song 
— "Games People Play" 
by the Spinners . . . Fu- 
ture plans include college 
and aviation administra- 
tion. 

Field Hockey 2; Basket- 
ball 2; Softball 2,3,4; Avia- 
tion Club, Vice President 
4. 



David John Adelizzi 
16 Blackrock Rd. 

Adda . . . "Who are 
you, woofing?" . . . Fon- 
dest memories include 
practice with "Mac" . . . 
History with Mr. Burr . . . 
Aerosmith . . . working at 
McDonald's . . . Plans to 
attend college and go into 
engineering. 

Winter Track 2,3,4; 
Spring Track 1,2,3,4. 



Mary E. Alley 
45 Cedar Pk. 

"Don't walk behind for I 
may not lead. Don't walk 
before me I may not fol- 
low, just walk beside me 
and be my friend." . . . 
Memories of Ocean Park, 
Me. in summer '75 . . . 
Favorite performer — Cat 
Stevens . . . Favorite song 
— "Imagine" by John 
Lennon . . . Pastimes in- 
clude playing tennis, bike 
riding, bowling . . . 
hopes to be a nurse. 

IMPRINT 2; Pal Club 
2,3,4. 



Cynthia Amara 
66 Lovell Rd. 

Cindy . . . "wicked" 
. . . "Be true to yourself" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
summer of '73 

. . .Georgetown . . . the 
truck . . . overnights . . . 
Dr. Rockwood . . . "Your 
Song" . . . Favorite per- 
former — Rod Stewart 
. . . Hobbies include sew- 
ing, drawing, reading, 
tennis, sports . . . college 
and law school. 

Tennis 2,3,4; Debate; 
Senior Class Secretary; 
Homeroom Representa- 
tive. 



James T. Applegate 

1089 Main St. 
Ap's . . . "might as 
well" . . . Remembers 
concerts at B.G. . . . Plum 
Island . . . going to par- 
ties . . . "Ten Years After" 
. . . "I'm going home" 
. . . listening to music 
. . . Plans to attend col- 
lege and travel across 
country. 




Mary Anne 
Applegate 
1089 Main St. 

Mace ... "I can't be- 
lieve it!" . . . "Whoever 
has a heart full of love al- 
ways has something to 
give." . . . Fondly re- 
members summer of '75 at 
the Cape with S.H., C.B., 
and S.C. . . . good times 
with good friends . . . 
Hockey games . . . En- 
glish with Mr. Conn . . . 
Favorite song — "In My 
Life" . . . The Beatles . . . 
Pastimes include meeting 
people, going and "scoop- 
ing", working with Mrs. 
H. . . . College . . . teach- 
ing. 

Pep Club; G.A.A.; Jr. 
Prom Comm.; Student 
Government; Powder Puff; 
Intramural Volleyball; 
I.W.S.; S.S.M.; Rotary 
Club. 



Yuko Arai 

278 Main St. 

Yoko . . . "effort" . . . 
"Rome was not built in a 
day." . . . Fondest mem- 
ory is of coming to the 
United States . . . Mr. 
Simonds . . . classical 
music . . . art . . . read- 
ing . . . Future plans un- 
certain after college. 

Pal Club. 



Joseph J. Aubin 
274 Laurel St. 
Bomb-ba . . . will al- 
ways remember good 
times at the Hood . . . 
Chemistry with Mr. Reilly 
... J. Geils Band . . . 
pastimes include Moto 
Cross, snowmobiling, par- 
tying at Mt. Hood . . . 
Plans to continue educa- 
tion. 



Kathy Ann Marie 

Aubin 

274 Laurel St. 

Kath . . . "Guess what 
you guys???" . . . "To be 
happy is not to possess 
much, but to hope and to 
love much." . . . Fond 
memories of great times 
with friends at Mt. Hood 
. . . summer of '74 at 
M.V. . . . Wingarsheek 
Beach Parties . . . E.P., 
G.M., D.B., L.P. ... En- 
glish with Mr. Conn . . . 
"Father and Son" by Cat 
Stevens . . . Enjoys 
swimming, skiing, skat- 
ing, horseback riding, 
traveling . . . Future plans 
include college and living 
in the country. 

Pep Club; G.A.A. 



Robin Cynthia Auld 
16 Sewall St. 
Robin . . . "Really!" 
. . . "Love is time and 
space measured by the 
heart." . . . J.G. . . . 
"Miracles" . . . spends 
time writing . . . Plans to 
marry in the spring. 



Diane E. Avola 
111 Sycamore Rd. 

Di . . . "Oh ya, tell me 
about it." . . . "What can 
I say?" . . . summer of 72 
with G. . . . foolin' with 
J.C. . . . Enjoys partying 
with the Sycamore gang 
. . . English with Miss 
Brown . . . "I'll Never Fall 
In Love Again" . . . Pas- 
ses time collecting owls 
. . . Future plans include 
Men's Hairstyling. 

Powder Puff. 



Joanne Aylward 
109 Beech Ave. 
Awol . . . "And you 
wise men don't know how 
it feels, to be thick as a 
brick!" . . . Cape Cod 74 
. . . "Land Ho!" . . . 
Muzi . . . good times with 
friends and the front porch 
. . . Beach Boys 75 . . . 
Favorite teacher — Mr. 
Morse . . . "Harvest" by 
Neil Young . . . Enjoys 
swimming, horseback- 
riding, skiing, beaching 
. . . Plans to enter nurs- 
ing- 
Tennis; Basketball; 
Smoking Committee; 
I.W.S.; Powder Puff, Co- 
Captain. 



Raymond Aylward 
11 Adams St. 

Ray . . . Remembers 
V.D.'s cellar . . . Cape 
with M.B., N.M., B.C., 
K.O'B. ... Old Orchard 
Beach, summer of 75 . . . 
Chemistry with Miss 
Osepchuk . . . Enjoys 
camping on the Kan- 
camagus . . . Future plans 
include college. 

Hockey 1,2,3,4; Football 
1,2,3; Baseball 1,2; Track 4. 



Kathleen Balcom 
56 Franklin St. 

Kathy . . . "Really!" 
. . . "We're captured on a 
carrousel of time" . . . 
Pink Hoyd . . . Jefferson 
Starship . . . Fleetwood 
Mac . . . Hobbies include 
listening to music, astrol- 
ogy, singing, drama . . . 
college. 

Italian Club; Drama 
Club. 



Edward Ball 
66 Willow St. 

Ed . . . "What's the 
story?" . . . "The best 
way to forget your own 
problems is to help some- 
one else solve theirs." . . . 
Elton John 74 . . . Celtics 
74 . . . Jr. Prom with J.M. 
. . . English with Mr. 
Morse . . . "Stairway to 
Heaven" . . . Led Zepplin 
. . . the Moody Blues . . . 
Enjoys sports, partying 
. . . Plans to enter the 
Marines . . . college. 

Winter Track 2,4; Spring 
Track 4; Football 1. 




Blanche Ballard 

33 Worth St. 

"Today is the tomorrow 
you worried about yester- 
day, But all is well." . . . 
April 75 . . . Europe with 
T.R. and T.B. . . . Pleas- 
ant Mt. . . . good times 
with good friends . . . 
friends at Nelsons . . . 
Mr. Connolly . . . "Old 
Days" by Chicago . . . col- 
lege and travel. 

Powder Puff. 



Timothy R. Barber 
4 Wentworth Rd. 

Barbs . . . "Hey, you 
wanna get lucky?" . . . 
cruisin', summer of 75 
. . . Chemistry with Mrs. 
Gallagher . . . The Who 
. . . "Baba O'Riley" . . . 
Enjoys photography, 
bicycling, fishing, camp- 
ing . . . Plans to attend 
college. 

Chess Club; Photogra- 
phy Club. 



Carolyn L. Barker 
169 Linwood Ave. 

Carol . . . Fondly re- 
members the St. Mary's 
Variety Shows . . . Book- 
keeping with Mr. Roberts 
. . . Rainbow . . . tennis, 
records, working at the 
P.L. ... 

Continuing education at 
Burdett. 



Laura Barry 

80 Warwick Rd. 

Sidney . . . "Be real" 
. . . "Such is life" . . . 
J.S. . . . J. Geils Concert 
. . . Parties with all the 
kids . . . Beach Boys con- 
certs . . . Home Econom- 
ics with Mrs. Bloom . . . 
"Could It Be Magic" . . . 
Brigham's . . . football at 
the mansion . . . hanging 
loose ... 

Plans to attend college 
and travel. 



Maureen Anne Barry 
16 Elm Street 

Moe . . . "Oh my God, 
what was I going to say?" 
. . . "The best way to 
forget your own problems 
is to help others solve 
theirs" . . . Pine Banks 
. . . the gang . . . Maiden 
and Wakefield, Peanut 
Butter . . . Beth and 
Annie . . . that special 
night, Bermuda! . . . 
Florida? . . . Psychology 
with Mr. Driscoll . . . 
"The Way We Were" "B- 
rian's Song" . . . Enjoys 
skating, running, hockey 
games, partying . . . Fu- 
ture plans include law en- 
forcement. 

Jr. Prom Committee; 
Student Government Day; 
Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; 
G.A.A.;I.W.S. 



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Michael Barry 
131 First St. 

Mike . . . will always 
remember V.D.'s cellar 
. . . the "Vue" . . . the 
Cape with B.C., N.M., 
K.O'B., R.A. . . . Cape 
Ann . . . New Year's Eve 
'73 . . . Mt. Beverage . . . 
Bruce Springsteen . . . 
Traffic . . . tippin' and 
cruisin' . . . college. 

Spanish dub; Hockey; 
Jr. Prom Committee; Class 
President 2; Soccer; 
Weight Lifting. 



Ann Barter 



Stephen Barton 



Patricia Anne Behrle 
72 Lynde St. 

Shortie . . . "That's 
wicked good" . . . 
Stephen . . . "You know 
that thingie" . . . "No- 
body's perfect not even a 
perfect stranger." . . . 
S.C. . . . 10/25/74 . . . Hal- 
loween Party . . . Football 
games at Pine Banks with 
the Gang . . . March '75 
Washington Trip with Mr. 
Deteso . . . Algebra II 
with Mr. La Rosa . . . 
"Love Me Tender" by 
Elvis Presley . . . "I'm So 
Proud" by Jeff Beck . . . 
Spends time working at 
Elmhurst, motor cycling, 
going to U-Mass . . . Fu- 
ture plans include becom- 
ing a dietician . . . 
Stephen. 

Pep Club 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 
1,2; Powder Puff. 



Karleen F. Bertulli 
132 Altamont Ave. 

"I don't know" . . . 
Remembers Spanish with 
Mr. Riccio . . . Simon and 
Garfunkel . . . Enjoys 
reading and hiking . . . 
Plans a career in Forestry. 

Spanish Club V. Pres., 
Treasurer; Biology Club; 
Camping Club. 




Kathleen Ann Berube 
39 Fairmount St. 

Cathy . . . "Decent" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
cruising in "Big Red" . . . 
Chicago concert . . . Miss 
Blanchard . . . "Color My 
World" . . . hanging 
around with friends . . . 
Plans to become a medical 
secretary. 

Gourmet Cooking; 

Powder Puff. 



Robert Neil Berube 
39 Fairmount St. 

Bob . . . "wicked good" 
. . . "And now I found 
that the world is round 
and it rains everyday" 
. . . Will always re- 
member summer '75 in 
Maine . . . turning "18" 
. . . Spanish with Mr. 
Hand . . . "He Ain't 
Heavy, He's My Brother" 
. . . Enjoys drawing and 
movies . . . Plans after 
college include Peace 
Corps or Art School. 



Debra Ruth Birtwell 
39 Ridgewood Ln. 

Debbie . . . "Smile, it's 
not that bad" . . . "Today 
is the day you worried 
about yesterday, and see 
it's not all that bad" . . . 
Fondly remembers tennis 
up the Common with Vin 
. . . 5/27/74 . . . goofing 
withK.A.,E.P.,G.M. . . . 
M.V. in summers '74 and 
'75 . . . English with Mr. 
Conn . . . "Moondance" 
by Van Morrison . . . 
Passes time swimming, 
skiing, partying, painting 
. . . working at Nelson's 
with Donald and the Gang 
. . . Future plans include 
college, marriage and 
travel! 

Tri-Hi-Y; Intramural 
Volleyball; G.A.A.; Pep 
Club; Homeroom Rep. 



John Blackwood 

27 Wentworth Rd. 
Blackie . . . "Ooh 
baby" . . . "Never do 
today what you can put off 
till tomorrow" . . . Europe 
... the Gang . . . Band 
. . . Jazz Rock . . . John 
Denver . . . Future plan 
includes college. 



Raymond Blanchard 
33 Lovell Rd. 
Ray . . . "No way" . . . 
"An eye for an eye, a tooth 
for a tooth" . . . Drinking 
with the boys in the cellar 
... Jr. Prom with CM. 
. . . Favorite teacher — 
Mr. Glynn . . . Spends 
time working on a mean 
'71 chevy . . . drivin' the 
boys around . . . Future 
plans include Alabama 
with David Masel in 
summer '76 . . . College. 

Football 1,2,3,4; Track 
1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3. 



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Robert E. Blasi 

38 Dyer Ave. 

Blass . . . "What a 
mug" . . . Ferguson con- 
certs . . . Earth Science 
with Mr. Morrison . . . 
Enjoys coin collecting and 
playing the drums . . . 
college . . . instrumental 
performing. 

Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz Rock 
Ensemble. 



Kathy Boland 

88 Meridian St. 
"Don't let it bring you 
down." . . . 2/28/73 . . . 
Dan . . . talking to K.K., 
D.C. . . . Mrs. Driscoll 
. . . Mr. Gavigan . . . 
"Danny's Song" . . . Neil 
Young . . . future plans 
include hairdressing and 
travel. 



Frederick Bowman 



Stephen F. Brissette 
168 Florence St. 
"It's been real!" . . . "In 
the end there is one dance 
you'll do alone." . . . will 
always remember the 
beach . . . Boston . . . 
M.W.H. . . . V.F.W. . . . 
English with Mrs. 
Beardsley and Mr. Champi 
. . . Wind Up . . . col- 
lege. 



John Edward Brown 
49 Damon Ave. 

John . . . "What . . ." 
. . . "To thine own self be 
true" . . . summer '75 
. . . History with Mr. Burr 
. . . "Empty Sky" . . . 
Cat Stevens . . . procras- 
tinating . . . college. 

Chess Club; Biology 
Club; Honor Society. 




Joseph E. Brown 

12 Mystic Ave. 
Joe . . . "Canibus Man" 
. . . Will always re- 
member camping at Great 
East Lake, N.H. ... J. 
Geils, Bowie and Tull con- 
certs . . . English with 
Mrs. Mead . . . Emerson, 
Lake, and Palmer . . . En- 
joys listening to tunes . . . 
putting on a buzz . . . 
plans to work or join the 
Air Force. 



Lori A. Brown 
296 East Foster St. 

"You're not kidding!" 
. . . "Such is life" . . . 
fondly remembers twirling 
on Saturdays . . . 
brunches . . . rallies . . . 
3/20/74 . . . 148A. . . . 
Fred . . . favorite singers 
are still J.D. and Cat . . . 
plans a career in nursing. 

Majorettes 3,4; Tennis; 
Powder Puff; Biology 
Club; G.A.A. LOG Typing 
Staff. 



Scott C. Brown 
59 Ferdinand St. 
Goat . . . "Drinking to- 
night?" . . . "What's up?" 
. . . "Decent" . . . con- 
certs with M.S., K.P., 
B.K., . . . Biology with 
Mr. Walton . . . Lou Reed 
. . . Jethro Tull . . . Party- 
ing at the Rosie and up the 
Hill with D.F., K.P., J.D., 
J.L., S.D., M.S., M.C., 
B.K.,D.K.,M.L.,L.P. . . . 
Plans to attend technical 
school. 



Mary P. Buonaugurio 

253 Main St. 

Bonza . . . "Oh, Shoot" 
. . . "I'm so glad today is 
over." . . ■ "Music, when 
soft voices die, vibrates in 
the memory" . . . Beach 
Boys — Chicago concert 
. . . Junior year . . . "the 
table" . . . N.E.M.H. . . . 
English with Mrs. 
Gearheart . . . "Black and 
White" by Three Dog 
Night. Enjoys skiing, writ- 
ing, working . . . plans to 
travel and become an 
Elementary school teacher. 

French Club 2; Italian 
Club 2,3,4; IMPRINT 2,3; 
Honor Society. 



John V. Burke 

170 West Wyoming Ave. 
Hector . . . "Tie on a 
pack!" ... "I used you" 
. . . Will always re- 
member the party at the 
V.F.W. Building summer 
'75 . . . Mr. Deteso ... J. 
Geils Band . . . working 
at the cafe and hanging 
out at Gooch Park . . . 
plans to work. 



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Karen Anne Butler 
61 Brunswick Pk. 

"Time takes all but 
memories" . . . Mount 
Hood . . . Junior Year 
. . . "Do you think some- 
one could pick me up?" 
. . . Parties after work and 
2:00 A.M. . . . Good times 
with Mary . . . Biking 
with Barbara . . . Com- 
pare, you can't do better 
. . . Private joke with E.P. 
. . . Plans to become a 
medical secretary. 



Suzanne Butler 
33 Woodland Ave. 

"Qui sait la verite?" 
. . . Will always re- 
member France in summer 
75 . . . skiing with D.R. 
. . . lifesaving with CM. 
. . . Summers in Maine 
. . . F.H. with the family 
. . . E.T. . . . J.F. . . . 
study with B.R. . . . Biol- 
ogy with Mr. Schott . . . 
French with Miss Leighton 
. . . Simon and Garfunkel 
. . . Enjoys reading, ten- 
nis, horsebackriding, hik- 
ing . . . Plans to travel 
after college. 

Field Hockey 2,3,4; 
Gymnastics 2; Tennis 
2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 2,3; 
Jr. Prom Comm.; Schol- 
arship Fund; G.A.A. Class 
Captain 4; French Club; 
LOG Lit. Staff; Honor So- 
ciety. 



Anita Joy Butt 

30 Bay State Rd. 

Joy . . . "Oh, Banana" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
Labor Day weekend '75 
. . . English with Mrs. 
May . . . "Time in a Bot- 
tle" by Jim Croce . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Jr. Prom Comm. 



Roger J. Cacchiotti 
11 Faxon St. 

Rog . . . "Age makes no 
difference unless you're a 
piece of cheese" . . . 
Noted for sense of humor 
. . . Remembers good 
times in art class and 
chorus . . . Mrs. Riccardi 
. . . Mrs. Whitworth . . . 
Pastimes include playing 
the piano, construction, 
working at Normandy 
House . . . Future plans 
for college and a B.A. in 
music. 

Glee Club; Italian Club. 



Albert Cairns 

132 East Foster St. 
Al ... Remembers 
good times up the Mangus 
. . . skiing '75 and '76 
. . . Plans to go into 
plumbing. 




Daniel E. Callahan 
10 Pearl St. 

Cal . . . "You've got to 
be kidding!" . . . "In 
school, you have to be per- 
fect on the first day and 
improve as you go along." 
. . . Remembers waking 
up at seven instead of six 
. . . Soccer banquets . . . 
great friends . . . World 
Cultures with Mr. Frank 
. . . U.S. History with Mr. 
Burr . . . "Crocodile 
Rock" by Elton John . . . 
Enjoys sports, music, poli- 
tics and other "unmen- 
tionables" . . . college 
ahead. 

IMPRINT; Soccer 2,3,4. 



Andrew Campbell 
67 Altamont Ave. 

Andy will always re- 
member the Junior Prom 
with M.L. ... close-up 
program in Washington 
D.C. . . . winning league 
and sectionals '75 . . . En- 
glish with Mrs. Keeffe 
. . . Enjoys golf . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Wrestling 1,2,3, Tri- 
Captain 4; Golf 2,3,4. 



Michael Campbell 



Thomas Campbell 

323 Washington St. 

Will always remember 
Algebra with Mr. Grant 
. . . Enjoys horseback rid- 
ing . . . Future plans in- 
clude college. 

Biology Club. 



Christine Cantillo 
7 Philip Cr. 

Chris . . . "Oh, well" 
. . . Fond memories of 
summers in Maine . . . 
English with Miss Brown 
. . . The Four Seasons 
. . . Plans to attend col- 
lege. 



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Robert G. Canzanello 
374 Porter St. 

Buzzly . . . Remembers 
good times up Win- 
nepesaukee . . . Aero- 
smith . . . Passes time 
playing ping pong, cruis- 
ing . . . college bound. 

Tennis 1,2,3,4. 



Charlie R. Capone, 

Jr. 
106 Porter St. 
"Cutloose" . . . good 
trips up N.H. . . . Boston 
. . . the Bong . . . purple 
tea . . . Pastimes include 
working on his car. 



Ann L. Cargill 
116 First St. 

"Oh, really?" . . . 
Fondly remembers sum- 
mer '75 in White Moun- 
tains . . . trips to Boston 
. . . '74-75 gym class with 
D.C., L.W., N.G., M.B., 
N.F., M.C., K.B., D.A. 
. . . Graham Nash . . . 
Loggins and Messina . . . 
Enjoys skiing, hiking, 
sewing, art . . . Plans to 
attend nursing school. 

G.A.A.; Pep Club; Tri- 
Hi-Y. 



Denise Marie Cargill 
20 Cargill St. 

Dennie . . . "Oh, 
brother!" . . . Fond mem- 
ories of summer '75 with 
Shar . . . 9/13 with P.D., 
S.M., D.H., and the Gang 
. . . February vacation in 
the White Mountains . . . 
Biology with Mr. Schott 
. . . "Who's Gonna Love 
You Pretty Baby" by Fran- 
kie Vallie and the Four 
Seasons . . . Hobbies in- 
clude skiing, partying . . . 
E.L., N.G., R.T., T.L., R. 
. . . Plans to become a 
dental hygienist. 

G.A.A.; Basketball. 



Gerald Carney 




Edward Francis 
Caron 
15 Cleveland St. 
Verge . . . "Don't get 
paranoid" . . . Will al- 
ways remember the auto 
shop and Mr. Crupi . . . 
Mr. Studley . . . Favorite 
singer — George McCrae 
. . . Enjoys building mod- 
els and working on cars 
. . . Plans to become a 
darn good mechanic. 



Sheldon T. Carpenter 

125 Myrtle St. 

Grasshopper . . . 

"That's cute, real cute" 
. . . "My mind to me an 
empire is" . . . Remem- 
bers Sterl . . . other kids 
and places . . . Mrs. Ric- 
cardi . . . Croce, Light- 
foot, Hendrix, E.J., Savoy 
Brown, Cream, Clapton 
. . . Passes time sittin' 'n 
strummin' 'n watchin' the 
girls go by . . . Plans to 
become Picasso II. 

Jazz Rock Ensemble; 
Folk Music Club; LOG 
Layout Staff. 



Linda Jean Carr 
12 Vista St. 

Truck . . . "Red the 
Turkey" . . . "Keep smil- 
ing — it makes everyone 
wonder what you're up 
to!" . . . Remembers Mt. 
Hood with B. and M. . . . 
weekends with J.L. and on 
the run with D.C., K.D., 
C.C. . . . Good times in 
M. and E. ... art with 
Mr. Squatrito . . . Jethro 
Tull — "Thick as a Brick" 
. . . Enjoys Softball, foot- 
ball, watching R.C., hoc- 
key . . . Plans to major in 
Psychology. 

Pep Club; G.A.A. 



George J. Carroll 

21 Bow St. 
"Later" . . . Will always 
remember Lovell Lake '75 
. . . Bowie . . . Hoyd. 



Carol Ann Casey 
105 Meridian St. 

Skinny . . . "What a 
drag" . . . "Smile — it 
doesn't cost anything." 
. . . mouth . . . remem- 
bers good times with Hi-Fi 
. . . Jona . . . Gloria . . . 
P.P. . . . summers in 
N.H. . . . toolin' around 
. . . Mr. Connolly . . . 
Mrs. Beardsley . . . Miss 
Hurley . . . "After the 
Gold Rush" . . . Rolling 
Stones . . . "Monkey 
Man" . . . "Cry Me a 
River" . . . Enjoys bike 
riding, swimming, skiing, 
parrying . . . Plans to at- 
tend! college. 

Modern Dance; Powder 
Puff. 



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Janet P. Cataldo 

95 Bellevue Ave. 

"Awfully good" ... To 
question is unimportant to 
the man who asks it." . . . 
Janine's room . . . Old 
Boonton Road . . . Favo- 
rite class — study hall . . . 
The Kinks . . . Pastimes 
include painting, reading 

. . career in photogra- 

Basketball. 



Colleen Cathcart 

52 Henry Ave. 

Coo-coo . . . "Not 
even" . . . "Keep your 
face to the sunshine and 
you cannot see the 
shadow." . . . Fondly re- 
members bike riding with 
S.V. . . . skiing with L.C. 
. . . study sophomore 
year . . . Good Harbor 
. . . letters with Kim . . . 
"I've been searchin' so 
long" . . . Enjoys water- 
skiing . . . Future plans 
include college and work- 
ing with the mentally re- 
tarded. 

G.A.A., French Club;- 
Pep Club; Field Hockey; 
Track; Gymnastics; Senior 
Class Representative; 
Powder Puff. 



Lynne M. Cerretani 

69 Stratford Rd. 

Cerra . . . "The deepest 
feeling always shows itself 
in silence." . . . Will al- 
ways remember summer 
'74 . . . skiing at Kil- 
lington with J.N. ... Ju- 
nior Prom with J.H. . . . 
Cape Cod 8/75 . . . Math 
with Mr. Ganley . . . 
Chicago . . . Pastimes in- 
clude watching football 
and hockey games. 

Homeroom Representa- 
tive; Field Hockey 2; 
Softball 2,3,4; Powder 
Puff; Jr. Prom Comm.; Pep 
Club; G.A.A. 



Sandra J. Chadwick 
21 Mt. Hood Terr. 
Sammy . . . "No really, 
ya right." . . . Fond 
memories include Mr. 
Dodge, flying-Portland 
... Mr. Grant "Butterfly" 
. . . Mr. Studley-Reno 
. . . Michael and John 
. . . Edith-flying "Games 
People Play" by the Spin- 
ners . . . Enjoys flying 
. . . Plans to become a 

f Professional pilot . . . col- 
ege . . . Navy. 

Field Hockey 2; Basket- 
ball 2; Swim Team 3,4; 
Spanish Club Treasurer 2; 
Band 2; Glee Club 3,4; 
Aviation Club President 4. 



Dimitria Chakalis 

43 Meridian St. 
Dimit . . . "Alright!" "I 
get high with a little help 
from my friends." . . . 
Fondly remembers sum- 
mer of '75 . . . being with 
M.E.L. . . . Maine . . . 
having the car on Sundays 
. . . working at Brigham's 
and Cerra's . . . Biology 
with Mr. Schott . . . 
Algebra with Mr. LaRosa 
. . . Neil Diamond . . . 
"Hot August Night" . . . 
Enjoys water-skiing, 

watching Jacques Cous- 
teau, swimming, em- 
broidering, working out at 
the "Y", tennis, concerts, 
GOYA, fishing . . . Plans 
a career in nursing. 






Lawrence Charlton 

33 Richardson Rd. 
Larry . . . "What's up?" 
. . . Halloween '74 . . . 
Electricity with Mr. Tice 
. . . Elton John . . . Hob- 
bies include sports and 
partying . . . college 
ahead. 



Anthony Ciarcello 
37 Pearl St. 

Tony C. . . . "What's 
goin' on here?" . . . "Ex- 
perience is the best teach- 
er." . . . Will always re- 
member E.J. and Pink 
Hoyd concerts . . . party- 
ing up the Neighborhood 
. . . Lake Shore Pk. . . . 
Social Studies with Mr. 
Frank . . . English with 
Mr. Morse . . . Crosby, 
Stills, Nash and Young 
. . . Hobbies include 
baseball, fishing, golf . . . 
a baseball career ahead 
after college. 

Baseball 1; Hockey 1. 



Diane Marie 
Cicerano 
150 Boardman Ave. 
"Don't let it bring you 
down." . . . Fondly re- 
members being with Billy 
. . . 1/26/74 . . . cruising 
in the Chevy . . . partying 
with C.B., J.B. and friends 
. . . great times at Plum 
Island . . . the Cape . . . 
N.H. and York Beach . . . 
Favorite class — English 
with Ms. Brown . . . En- 



Annmarie Claire 



joys macrame 
ahead. 
Tri-Hi-Y. 



college 



David F. Clancy 

21 Oakland St. 
Clance . . . "Gettin' 
high, you can't beat it." 
. . . Remembers the pond 
. . . Mr. Trubisz . . . Jimi 
Hendrix . . . "Astro Man" 
. . . Pastimes include eat- 
ing, drinking, listening to 
the stereo and working 
. . . Future plans include 
work at Melo-Tone. 



106 



Deborah A. Clifford 

71 Mooreland Road 
Deb, Cliff . . . "Forget 
it" . . . Fondly remembers 
the summer of '75 at M.V., 
B. Golf course and Jr. H.R. 
. . . good times with 
L.M., J.R.,P.M.,B.B., and 
the gang . . . Brighams 
with S.M. and L.B. . . . 
Spanish with Mr. Riccio 
. . . Enjoys skiing, 
swimming, camping, and 
having good times . . . 
college ahead. 

G.A.A.; Tri-Hi-Y; Pow- 
der Puff; Softball. 



Deborah A. Clifford 
51 Lynde Street 
Debbie . . . "We always 
do" . . . "Accept me as I 
am; only then will we dis- 
cover each other." . . . 
Fondly remembers the 
summers of '74 and '75, 
good times with C.V. , par- 
tying with friends and 
9-5-75. Senior Class Trea- 



Laureen A. Clifford 
16 Sixth Street 

Lori . . . "Unreal" . . . 
Remembers the night of 
May 9, 1975 . . . Summer 
of '75 with Eileen and all 
the girls . . . good times 
at Nelson's . . . Favorite 
class is English with Mr. 
Conn . . . Enjoys camp- 
ing, skiing, swimming 
and good times . . . col- 
lege. 

Powder Puff; G.A.A.; 
Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 



B. Hayden Clough, 

Jr. 

201 First Street 
duffy . . . "Same dif- 
ference" . . . remembers 
the trips to Ohio and con- 
certs with J.H., D.J., L.S., 
D.D., J.H., P.C. and B.D. 
. . . Favorite classes — 
H.R., Drafting and Physics 
. . . Mr. Studley . . . 
Emerson, Lake and Palmer 
. . . college ahead. 
Swimming 2,3,4. 



Barbara M. Coffin 

272 Tremont St. 

Boo . . . Fondly re- 
members 4-23-73 with 
Gary, the summer of '74 
with D.H., D.D. and 
GORKO!! . . . Good times 
at R.S.'s! and Mikey B. 
and Black Power . . . N.E. 
Dragway, drive-ins and 
driving . . . Skills Lab 
with Miss Brown . . . En- 
joys B. sitting at Lamb's 
. . . "Good Times, Bad 
Times" by Led Zepplin. 

D.E.C.A. 




Donna Marie 

Coholan 
6 Penny Hill Road 
Koho . . . Remembers 
the summer of '75 . . . 
English with Mrs. May, 
H.R. with Mr. Studley 
. . . "You See Me Crying" 
by Aerosmith . . . Enjoys 
skiing and Softball . . . 
Plans to attend a business 
college. 

Ski Club; G.A.A. 



Dorothea Collins 
91 Beech Avenue 

Dottie . . . "Wicked 
good; it's been real" . . . 
"Today is the tomorrow 
you worried about yester- 
day." . . . Fondly remem- 
bers Florida '74 and '75 
withM.C, J.M. and H.W. 
. . . the Cerre's gang . . . 
the summer of '75 . . . 
Maine . . . Miss Nor- 
wood's A-block Psychol- 
ogy class with A.L. and 
M.C. . . . the Beach Boys 
. . . Pastimes include hor- 
seback riding, concerts 
and good laughs . . . 
Plans to attend Bunker Hill 
Community College. 

Powder Puff. 



Ellen Denise 

Colomey 
53 Whittier Street 
Colsie . . . "Whatever." 
. . . "Dope is for Dopes!" 
Morrill . . . Remembers 
the Knoll, Somerville, En- 
glish with Mrs. Sherry and 
19 Kidder Ave. ... En- 
glish with Mr. Cooper 
. . . "White Rabbit" and 
"Grace Slick" . . . Hob- 
bies include flying and 
horses . . . Plans to be- 
come a licensed pilot. 



Lisa M. Colvin 
32 Standish Road 

Lise . . . "Wicked 
good!" . . . "Only that 
day dawns to which we 
are awake." . . . Remem- 
bers Rainbow — W.A., 
Grand Assembly, M.Y.F., 
summers at C.E., Beach 
Boys and Chicago concert 
. . . Tumbling brunches 
. . . Dancing . . . college 
ahead. 

Gymnastics; Glee Club; 
Modern Dance; Pep Club; 
G.A.A.; Scholarship Fund; 
Tumbling Team; French 
Club; Powder Puff; Phi 
Theta Xi; Tri-Hi-Y. 



Marilyn J. Col well 
1053 Main Street 

Mai . . . "I'm sure." 
. . . Fondest Memories in- 
clude Jimmy . . . Ken- 
tucky . . . Junior year . . . 
Stones Concert . . . Pas- 
times filled with a certain 
Buick. 

Volleyball. 



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Philippe L. Comeau 
33 Burnett St. 

Phil . . . "Everybody is 
your friend" . . . Remem- 
bers weekends in Maine 
and partying . . . Favorite 
class is Aviation. Science 
with Don Dodge . . . 
Likes Elton John and 
Aerosmith . . . Enjoys fly- 
ing and sports . . . Plans 
to become a commercial 
pilot. 

Aviation Club. 



Joseph Marc Conley 
1011 Main St. 
Joe, Con . . . "Do it 
up!" . . . Memories of 
going down the park for 
the parties with R.Z., 
L.C., R.W., R.B., and 
Space . . . Occupational 
Planning with Mr. Hughes 
. . . Black Sabbath . . . 
Likes to party . . . Plans 
to become a union 
plumber. 



Paul D. Connolly 

788 Lynn FeUs Pkwy. 

"Managgio Diavolo" 
. . . Remembers both the 
Chicago-Beach Boys con- 
cert and the Chuck Berry 
concert . . . U.S. History 
with Mr. Connolly . . . 
Favorite song is "What 
You've Got" . . . Enjoys 
hockey and baseball . . . 
Law Enforcement ahead. 

Spanish Club Sec. 2; 
Camping and Mountain 
Climbing Club. 



Donald Constantine 

63 Malvern St. 
"Is that right?" . . . 
Remembers all the good 
times in N.H. . . . Elect, 
with Bush . . . Mr. Stud- 
ley . . . Favorite per- 
former — Alice Cooper 
. . . college ahead and 
then who knows what. 



Paula M. Constantino 
137 Green St. 

"I'm not talking to you" 
. . . Will always re- 
member summers at H.T. 
. . . 5-15-73 . . . Labor 
Day Fair . . . Junior 
Homeroom with Mr. Stud- 
ley . . . Chemistry with 
Miss Osepchuk . . . Math 
with Mr. Ganley . . . 
Favorite song "The Right 
Thing To Do" . . . Enjoys 
reading, fishing and pass- 
ing time in New Hamp- 
shire with P.M. . . . Fu- 
ture plans include Nursing 
School. 

Softball 3,4; Powder 
Puff; volleyball' G.A.A. 




Linda A. Cooke 

123 Lincoln St. 

Cookie . . . "A friend 
may well be reckoned 
among the greatest mira- 
cles of nature" . . . Fondly 
remembers hockey, soccer, 
and football games . . . 
Summer '75 at the Cape 
. . . The "Vue" . . . Lyn- 
chie's and Killa's parties 
. . . English with Mrs. 
Keeffe . . . Aerosmith 
. . . Tull . . . Plans to at- 
tend college. 

Girl's Club; G.A.A.; 
Varsity Tennis 2,3,4; Pep 
Club; Powder Puff; Junior 
and Senior Prom Commit- 
tees. 



Richard Cooke 

33 Lodge St. 
Cookie . . . "The most 
wasted day of all is that in 
which you have not 
laughed" . . . Remembers 
Homeroom with Mr. Stud- 
ley .. . "Stairway to the 
Stars" — Blue Oyster Cult 
. . . Hobbies include 
bowling and parties. 



Paul M. Cooney 
115 Bay State Rd. 

P. Coon . . . "Get with 
the program" . . . "Be 
yourself' . . . Will always 
remember going to N.Y.C. 
for coffee . . . Chemistry 
with Pat Osepchuk . . . 
Favorite performers are P. 
Seeger and A. Guthrie 
. . . Revolutions . . . Col- 
lege ahead. 

Debate. 



Karen Jean Copeland 

126 Mt. Vernon Ave. 

Kay . . . "You're kid- 
ding" . . . "There is no 
such thing as 'best' in a 
world of individuals" by 
Hugh Prather . . . Fondly 
remembers The Table . . . 
Three Dog Night concert 
. . . Washington Trip . . . 
Double Sessions . . . 
Summer '75 . . . 

N.E.M.H. U.S. History 
with Mr. Deteso . . . 
"Colour My World" by 
Chicago . . . Enjoys 
square and round dancing 
. . . Future plans include 
becoming a Dental 
Hygienist and traveling. 

G.A.A. ; Glee Club. 



Ruth E. Corbett 
218 Grove St. 

"Shalom" . . . "Every 
act of kindness is a little 
bit of love we leave be- 
hind" . . . Fondly re- 
members Rainbow . . . 
Butterflies . . . Rockport 
. . . Scotland . . . Friends 
around the world . . . 
Favorite performer — Paul 
Williams . . . Hobbies in- 
clude swimming and 
music . . . Plans a career 
in oceanography and/or 
conservation. 

Drama Society; Swim 
Team; Imprint, Photogra- 
phy Editor; Student Gov- 
ernment Day; G.A.A. 



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Joan Corcoran 

15 Whittier St. 

Remembers the Junior 
Prom, endless summer of 
75 in N.H., Labor Day 
weekend with L.D., P.T. 
and S.D. . . . Math with 
Mr. Ganley . . . "My 
Sweet Lady" . . . Enjoys 
gymnastics . . . nursing 
school ahead. 

Class Representative 2; 
G.A.A. 2,3, President 4; 
Gymnastics 2,3,4; Softball 
2,3,4; Tumbling Squad 
1-4; French Club. 



Mary B. Cotter 
68 Granite St. 

"Behave, be good" . . . 
summer of '75 . . . "I walk 
where my nature would be 
leading." . . . Memories 
include the park — water- 
balloons, marbles and 3's 
. . . Softball at Pine Banks. 

Majorettes 3, Co- 
Captain 4; Pep Club; Stu- 
dent Government Day; 
G.A.A. 



Mary E. Cotting 
315 W. Emerson St. 
"No really? Are you 
kidding me?" . . . many 
happy hours in the 
cuddle-mobile . . . long 
talks with M.M. and N.F. 
. . . spaghetti and make- 
up parties with the girls 
. . . French with N.F. and 
A.L. . . . "Your Song" — 
Elton John . . . college 
ahead. 



Suzanne Cox 

2 Cottage St. 

"I'm so embarrassed" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
Governor's Lake and good 
summers with M. . . . 
good times with Wendy, 
Donna and Jack . . . Ron- 
ny's party . . . Hockey 
74-75 ... The Van . . . 
Enjoys Cat Stevens . . . 
swimming, eating and 
talking on the phone . . . 
Business career ahead. 

G.A.A.; Head Cheer- 
leader at Austin Prep. 



James S. Crawford 

41 Vinton St. 
Jim . . . "Why not?" 
... "I believe in the sun 
when it's not shining, I be- 
lieve in love when I'm 
alone, I believe in God 
even when he's silent." 
. . . best friend anyone 
could have . . . Ed S. . . . 
Remembers Ocean Park, 
Me. . . . "Father and Son" 
by Cat Stevens . . . Enjoys 
working on cars . . . Col- 
lege, Business Administra- 
tion ahead. 




Richard G. Crawford 
272 Tremont St. 
Dickie, Drow, Chooch, 
Gerard . . . Remembers 
the summer of '75 . . . the 
Pond . . . Autoshop . . . 
Favorite teacher — Mr. 
Studley . . . "Exile on 
Main Street", Mick Jagger 
and the Rolling Stones 
. . . Plans to enter the 
Army. 



Charles Crocetti 
118 Ellis Farm Ln. 

Chip . . . Remembers 
Chemistry with Mr. Reilly 
. . . Enjoys skiing and 
motorcycle riding . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Spring Track 1-4; Wres- 
tling 1; Cross Country 1; 
Ski Club. 



Christine Ann Cross 
43 Winthrop St. 
Chris . . . Fondly re- 
members the Glee Club 
. . . Mr. Gagnon . . . 
Favorite song — "Run Joey 
Run" . . . Enjoys bowling 
. . . Plans to work. 



Richard M. Croteau 
9 Berwick PI. 
Rich . . . "Ah, right!" 
. . . Remembers Miss 
Donovan . . . The Who 
. . . swimming . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Swimming 3,4; U.C.Y.; 
Leader's Club. 



Karen Ann Crowley 

170 Bellevue Ave. 

Karen . . . "Wait a min- 
ute!" . . . Fondest mem- 
ories include Spain 5/75, 
the Cape with J.M. and 
D.D. . . . Rockport . . . 
E.J. Concert . . . Spanish 
with Mr. Riccio . . . En- 
joys Elton John and the 
Beatles . . . bike rides 
. . . college, travel. 

Spanish Club 3,4; 
Drama Club 3,4. 



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Maureen E. Crowther 
37 Clinton Rd. 

Remembers Austria 
with K.P., P.P., R.G., 
N.T., CO., R.V., D.H. 
. . . whip cream fights 
with J. A., D.C. . . . 
Florida with J.M., Mary, 
D.C. and H.W. . . . Miss 
Norwood's A block Psy- 
chology with A.L., D.C. 
. . . down the park with 
B.J.L., Tidbit, W.S., D.L. 
. . . horseback riding with 
D.C. and J.C. . . . college. 

Field Hockey; Ski Club; 
Camping and Mountain 
Climbing Club. 



Matthew V. Cuneo 
164 Warwick Rd. 

Cumba . . . "Not to 
funba" . . . Remembers 
J.L., B.A., Dumba, Petba 
in S. Woods . . . partying 
with CRUB CLUB . . . 
Michelle . . . Favorite 
song is "Layla" . . . Hob- 
bies include drawing, ten- 
nis, biking, skiing . . . 
Plans to live a happy life. 



Linda E. 
Cunningham 

39 Crescent Ave. 
Dimples . . . "Variety is 
the spice of life." . . . 
Remembers the Beach 
Boys with Mark and party- 
ing . . . Favorite song — 
"Precious and Few" . . . 
Enjoys the Beach Boys 
. . . Hopes to go into 
business school to become 
a secretary or accountant. 
Gourmet Cooking Club. 



Deborah L. Curley 

32 Summer St. 

Lulu . . . "You fag" 
. . . Remembers June 19, 
summer of '75 and going 
out with Steve P. (forever) 
. . . going to England . . . 
working at M.W.H. with 
J. A., M.C., C.T.M., S.T., 
N.D. . . . "Time in a Bot- 
tle" . . . Enjoys horseback 
riding and writing . . . 
Plans to go to college and 
spend time with S.P. 

Track. 



William A. Curry 
17 Philip Cr. 

Remembers "The Cape" 
with N.M., M.B., K.O B., 
R.A. . . . "Cape Ann" 
. . . partying down V.D.'s 
cellar . . . Favorite song — 
"I'm Going Home" by Ten 
Years After . . . College. 

Wrestling 2,3,4; Soccer 
2,3,4; Hockey 1; Basketball 
1,2. 




Jude . . 

new?" . . 
members 
4/27/74 . . 
. . . Fluff 



Judith Ann Curtin 
292 Grove St. 

"So what's 
. Fondly re- 
Kevin and 
Hockey Town 
. . . cruising 
with C. and K.D. ... En- 
glish with Sir Jethro . . . 
"You Make Me Feel Brand 
New" . . . Pastimes in- 
clude tennis, hockey 
games, working . . . Plans 
to become a Dental Assis- 
tant and spend time with 
Kevin. 
Tennis 1-4; Powder Puff. 



Robert Cusato, Jr. 
21 Rockland St. 

Cooz . . . "Alright" 
. . . Memories of the traf- 
fic jam at Topsfield . . . 
Psychology with Mr. Allen 
. . . The Beach Boys . . . 
"Nights in White Satin" 
. . . Enjoys cruising. 

Football 1; Basketball 
1,2; Track 1,2; Powder Puff 
Coach. 



Sheila Cusolito 
15 Union St." 

"Q.B.W." . . . "There is 
the silence when you can- 
not explain your life, 
though you be misun- 
derstood for it." . . . Jade 
and The Kid, Seymour, 
12/5/74 . . . The Solitary 
. . . Self-Reliance . . . rid- 
ing and running. 

Debate; S.F.A.B.; 

S.A.C.; G.A.A.; Tumbling 
Team; Cross Country; 
Winter Track; Spring 
Track; Homeroom Rep. 



Carl Joseph 

D'Agostino 
14 Altamont Ave. 
D'Aga . . . "Alright!" 
. . . Memories of 
Breakhart and Baxter and 
Antrim with M.A.M., J.G., 
J.O. and J.D. . . . Ped- 
docks Island and the 
U.S.S. Mass. . . . "It's 
Only Rock And Roll But I 
Like It." by Mick Jagger 
. . . Hobbies include 
mountain climbing, hik- 
ing, and canoeing . . . col- 

Mt. Climbing Club; De- 
bate. 



Stephanie 
D'Agostino 
177 Ashland St. 

Steph . . . "Yeah, sure" 
. . . Remembers the 
summers of '74 and '75 
. . . practices . . . camp 
with B.F. . . . the trip to 
Me. with C.C., Good Har- 
bor and P.J.P.'s . . . Span- 
ish with Mr. Reech . . . 
The Beatles . . . Pastimes 
include camping and hik- 
ing, traveling and sports 
. . . College ahead. 

Field Hockey 2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball 2,3, Co-Captain 4; 
Track 2,3,4; G.A.A. 



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John Dale 



Kathie J. Dalton 
15 Cargill St. 

Dolly . . . "The better 
part of one's life consists 
of his friendships." . . . 
Fondly remembers all the 
good times with D.C., 
L.C., M.C., B.D. and C.C. 
. . . U.S. History with Mr. 
DeTeso . . . Favorite song 
— "You See Me Crying" 
by Aerosmith. 

Softball 2,3,4; S.F.A.B. 
2,3; G.A.A. 



Vincent D'Amato 

19 Prescott St. 
Small Cheese . . . Re- 
members the summer of 
75 at Lovell Lake and par- 
tying up the Hood . . . 
Mr. Glynn . . . Favorite 
song is "Father and Son" 
by Cat Stevens . . . Future 
plans include a trade 
school to become an elec- 
trician. 



Deborah Ann 
D'Antilio 

608 Franklin St. 

Debbi . . . Fondly re- 
members Larry . . . sum- 
mers at Moody Beach, Me 
. . . good times with J. M., 
H.W. and K.P. . . . Enjoys 
Cat Stevens and the 
Allman Brothers . . . Pas- 
times include working at 
Nelson's, photography, 
sewing and traveling . . . 
college ahead. 

Powder Puff. 



Susan C. Davis 

114 Florence St. 

"Ma" Sue . . . Memo- 
ries of Softball games with 
Paula and Joe . . . sum- 
mer of '75 . . . Labor Day 
weekend with P.T., J.C. 
and L.D. . . . truckin' to 
the beach . . . Psychology 
with Miss Norwood . . . 
"Time in a Bottle" 
. . .Pastimes include 
toolin' with the gang and 
ceramics . . . Plans to be- 
come a Dental Assistant. 

Powder Puff. 




Lee Allen DeAmicis 
64 Orchard Ln. 
General . . . "yowsar" 
. . . "the General strikes 
again" . . . Remembers 
April 75 and the DeMolay 
State Ball . . . Chemistry 
with P. Reilly . . . Neil 
Diamond . . . Pastimes 
include Friendly's and 
cruising the "Hood" . . . 
Plans include college and 
living a little. 

Drama 2,3,4; Spanish 
Club; DeMolay; Explorers; 
M.Y.F. 



Vincent DeBenedictis 

822 Main St. 

The Ginny . . . "Let's 
get some beers!" . . . Re- 
members Hockey Town 
and the "CELLAR" . . . 
English with Mr. Glynn 
. . . Pastimes include tip- 
pin' down the pipes at 
below and parties on 
Friday and Saturday . . . 
College. 

"J. VT Hockey 1,2,3; LOG. 



Gary DeCicco 



Vera Deissler 

141 Perkins St. 



Sharon Ann 
DelMastro 
40 Sycamore Rd. 
"Alright" . . . Remem- 
bers Mt. Hood, summer of 
75, Lovell Lake and July 4 
. . . New Year's Eve ". . . 
partying with Ronnie . . . 
Psychology with Miss 
Norwood . . . Favorite 
song is "Lady Blue" . . . 
Plans to travel. 

Powder Puff; Mt. Climb- 
ing Club; Modern Dance. 



Ill 



Cheryl Ann Dennis 

952 Main St. 

"What's up?" . . . "It is 
only in this life we can 
merit!" . . . Remembers 
camping in N.H. . . . 
Burk, Penn, Weirs, Bit — ! 
. . . getting H . . . His- 
tory with Mr. Connolly 
. . . Enjoys partying and 
camping . . . Aerosmith's 
"Train Kept Rolling" . . . 
college. 

President of I.W.S.; 
Powder Puff. 



Karen DeRocco 

31 Rivers Ln. 
"Listen to me." . . . 
Fondest memories of the 
Tri., Ski trip 2/75, the 
Beach Boys — Chicago 
Concert 6/75 and all the 
good times with Kevin 
. . . Enjoys writing . . . 
Plans to pursue a career in 
journalism and hopefully 
publish a book. 



James E. DeStefano 

15 East Wyoming Ave. 

Remembers the concerts 
at B.G. — Jethro Tull, 
E.L.P., the Allman 
Brothers were the three 
best . . . Plans to attend 
college. 

Soccer 3; Camping and 
Mountain Climbing Club 
4. 



Audrey C. Dewling 

78 Conrad Rd. 

Aud . . . "What's up?" 
. . . "Words are a source 
of misunderstanding." 
. . . Listens to Chicago 
. . . Enjoys biking, hiking 
and antiques . . . college. 

Volleyball; French Club; 
Class Day Comm. 



Mark E. DeYoe 
131 Linden Rd. 
Deyoyo . . . Remem- 
bers helping out in the 
Auto Shop . . . Auto Shop 
with Mr. Crupi . . . Pas- 
times include working on 
cars. 




James W. DeYoung 
154 E. Foster St. 
"Find a mission in life 
and take it seriously." . . . 
Remembers V.D.'s cellar 
and Hockey Town, Long 
Tall Sally's . . . Favorite 
teacher is Mr. Conn . . . 
Spends time skating and 
partying . . . college. 



Vivian L. DiCarlo 

200 Park Terrace Dr. 

Viv . . . The Desiderata 
. . . Memories of '74 with 
Lisa, growing up with 
Cheryl and partying with 
Janette and Awol . . . the 
Hood, the Pond and the 
Knoll . . . Mr. Quinn . . . 
the Beatles . . . "Stairway 
to Heaven" . . . Plans to 
go to Cal. 

Modern Dance; Powder 
Puff; D.E.C.A.; 

Homeroom Rep.; Student 
Congress. 



Lori DiDonato 

48 Pilgrim Rd. 

Dida . . . "Dexter!" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
Steven and the Jr. Prom, 
C.B. and "M.S.L.", Labor 
Day weekend with J.C., 
S.D., and P.T. . . . P.T. 
and "the moth" . . . S.D. 
and Y.M.F. and long talks 
with J.C. ... Mr. Cham- 
pi's A block English class 
. . . Hopes to major in 
oceanography. 

Gymnastics 2,3,4; 

Softball 2,3,4; Student 
Gov't Day; French Club; 
Powder Puff; G.A.A. 



Susan L. DiFabio 
19 Farwell Ave. 

"Greater love hath no 
man than this, that a man 
lay down his life for his 
friends." . . . Remembers 
Labor Day weekends '74 
and '75, George and Fred 
. . . Favorite teacher is 
MJ.B. . . . Zepplin . . . 
Pastimes include Rain- 
bow. 

Business Club. 



David P. DiFranza 

12 Bow St. 
"Say, let's go to TYA." 
. . . "Toggle Switch" . . . 
Remembers Lovell Lake 
N.H., the Rotary and the 
Hood . . . the Cooper 
concert . . . Pink Floyd 
and C.S.N.Y. . . . Pas- 
times include the six 
o'clock cruise with Fud 
and Jody . . . Plans to go 
to a technical school to be- 
come a mechanic. 



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Nancy Ann 
DiGiacomo 

352 Swains Pond Ave. 

Nance . . . "As if we 
could kill time without in- 
juring eternity" — 
Thoreau . . . Remembers 
12/22/74 and the summer 
'75 . . . Advanced Biology 
with Mr. Hassett . . . 
"Your Song" — Elton John 
. . . Enjoys bike riding, 
sewing, working at Sears 
and playing the flute . . . 
Plans to attend college and 
major in Biology. 

Band; Glee Club; 
Church Choir. 



Rocco DiMauro 



Annette DiMeo 
45 Vinton St. 

S'nets . . . "Wrong 
twin" . . . Remembers 
field hockey with Ms. 
Johnston . . . bus rides 
and brunches ... Jr. 
Prom . . . Dartmouth de- 
bate 73 . . . "Let's get 
rowdie" . . . Hobbies in- 
clude checking out boys 
and feed bagging . . . col- 
lege. 

Drama 2, Pres. 3,4; IM- 
PRINT 3,4; Debate 1, Sec. 
2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3, Vice 
Pres. 4; THISTLE 3; Stu- 
dent Government Day 
Coordinator; Spanish Club 
3; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball 2,3; Softball 3; 
Cheerleader 4; LOG. 



Laura S. DiMeo 

45 Vinton St. 

Lola . . . "There ya go" 
. . . "If life gives you le- 
mons — make lemonade." 
Remembers practices, Judo 
class in gym, Mac's, bus 
rides . . . Fridays with 
"Down", the series, 
switching with the "other" 
. . . Daga and signs — the 
elevator . . . Maugus and 
Slats . . . college. 

G.A.A. Class Capt. 
2,3,4; Field Hockey 2,3, 
Capt. 4; Basketball 2,3,4; 
Softball 2,3,4; Student 
Government Day; IM- 
PRINT: Pep Club. 



David T. DiPirro 
97 N. Cedar Pk. 

Dip . . . "What's up?" 
. . . "Get'em going" . . . 
Remembers Math with Mr. 
Movendstern . . . Mr. 
Glynn . . . Duke and the 
Drivers . . . Pastimes in- 
clude good times at W. 
Branch . . . career in the 
Navy ahead. 




Nancy Jean DiRienzo 
127 Grove St. 

Nance . . . "Oh, no!" 
. . . Remembers Rockport, 
Virginia and M.W.H. . . . 
U.S. History with Mr. De- 
Teso . . . Enjoys listening 
to Mac Davis . . . Hobbies 
include ceramic painting, 
reading and sewing . . . 
college and accounting 
ahead. 

Drama Society; IM- 
PRINT. 



Richard H. Dodge, Jr. 

36 Country Club Rd. 

Rich . . . "Oh, well" 
. . . "United we stand, 
divided we fall" . . . Re- 
members flying with C.G. 
and the Cape '75 . . . 
Spanish with Mr. Riccio 
. . . Elton John . . . Pas- 
times include drawing 
. . . college. 

Spanish Club 2,3,4; 
Bridge Club; Honor Soci- 
ety 2,3,4. 



Owen Francis 
Doherty 

87 E. Wyoming Ave. 

Ownie . . . "Only kid- 
ding" ... "I took the 
road less traveled by and 
that has made all the dif- 
ference." . . . Memories 
of the B.B. concert . . . 
skipping practice . . . 
summer '74 . . . Enjoys 
movies, swimming and 
long walks . . . Plans to 
go to college and major in 
Psychology. 

Spanish Club; Drama — 
"Sound of Music" — 
Oliver; Track 1. 



James Michael Dolan 
19 Ellsworth Ave. 

Jimmy D. . . . "Ya!" 
. . . "A day spent wasted 
is not a wasted day." . . . 
Remembers the summer 
'75 . . . Mr. LaRosa's F 
Block Algebra class . . . 
Favorite song — "Train 
Kept a Rolling" by Aeros- 
mith . . . Enjoys all sports 
. . . college. 

Soccer 3; Tennis 2. 



Russell J. Donovan 
348 Upham St. 

Enjoys all sports . . . 
Favorite song — "Ballroom 
Blitz" . . . college ahead. 



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Stephen John 
Donovan 

154 Warwick Rd. 

Dumba . . . "Ommis- 
sion is no acquaintance" 
. . . Remembers summers 
in Vermont . . . Chemis- 
try with Pat . . . Crosby, 
Stills, Nash and Young 
. . . Plans to receive a 
post-secondary education. 

Soccer; French Club. 



Deborah A. Dost 
16 Lynde Ave. 

Debbie . . . "What can I 
say . . . right" . . . "To- 
day's memories are yes- 
terday's dreams" . . . 
Fondly remembers the 
summer of 73 and being 
with Steve . . . can always 
be found with Karen Cera 
. . . U.S. History with Mr. 
Connolly . . . Favorite 
song is "Precious and 
Few" . . . Pastimes filled 
with fantasizing . . . 
Hairdressing. 



Linda M. Doucette 

123 Ashland St. 

Lin . . . "Wicked De- 
cent" "Be good, behave, 
but if you can't do both be 
good at not behaving" 
. . . Memories of 12/26/73 
— K.C. — 6/29/75, the 
Chicago — Beach Boys 
concert . . . My Big Sister 
. . . Encampment and 
Training Weekend '75 . . . 
Psychology with Mr. Allen 
. . . Enjoys playing the 
guitar and the piano . . . 
college ahead. 

C.Y.O.: G.S.: G.A.A.: 
C.C.D. 



Julia M. Dow 

120 Rowe St. 

Julie . . . "Those who 
bring sunshine into the 
lives of others cannot keep 
it from themselves" . . . 
Memories of U.C.Y., 
4/27/75 and 5/3/75 . . . U.S. 
History with Tony DeTeso 
. . . Beatles, Beach Boys 
. . . Enjoys going to Bos- 
ton . . . Plans to go into 
nursing. 

U.C.Y. 1,2, pres. 3,4; 
Spanish Club 2; Glee Club 
2; Volleyball 4. 



Brenda S. Downey 

5 Short St. 

Down! . . . Remembers 
Rockport, Newfound Lake 
and summer of '75 . . . 
playing Softball with "the 
gang" . . . Prince with 33 
and all . . . Field Hockey, 
psyche signs and espe- 
cially the grandslammer 
. . . Friday nights at 
L.D.'s . . . Plans to go to 
college for Physical Ther- 
apy and Physical Educa- 
tion. 

Field Hockey 2,3,4; 
Softball 2,3,4; Basketball 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep 
Club. 




Scott Ducott 
119 Myrtle St. 

Duke . . . Remembers 
those U Mass weekends 
. . . T.L., P.E., M.C., 
L.B.,C.A., B.H. . . . tenth 
grade with Mr. Hodgkins 
. . . Patty's class . . . Pas- 
times include playing 
cards and going to the 
track . . . Plans to go to 
college to become an en- 
gineer. 

Football 1,2; Wrestling 
2; Track 2; Debate 3. 



Janice M. Duffy 
28 Summit Ave. 

". . . We have a chance 
to find the sunshine . . . 
let's keep on looking for 
the light" . . . "Dyna- 
mite" . . . Remembers 
being college material . . . 
Lancelot and Galahad . . . 
S.J.C. and the sailors at the 
Science Museum . . . 
Chemistry with Mr. Reilly 
and Modern History with 
Mr. Frank. 

Tutoring; French Club; 
Honor Society. 



Sheila J. Dunn 
31 Conrad Rd. 

Fondest memories in- 
clude those that bring back 
yesterday . . . Horida '75 
. . . long phone conver- 
sations . . . Fall of '74 
. . . U.S. History with Mr. 
Burr . . . Enjoys watching 
football games and being 
with the best of friends 
. . . college ahead. 

Student Congress 2; Ju- 
nior Class Rep.; Log Sub- 
scription Staff; Powder 
PurL 



John Dunnet 

194 East Foster St. 
Jody . . . Remembers 
spending time with L.P. 
. . . the summer of '75 
and Lovell Lake . . . hang- 
ing up the Hood . . . 
Spanish with Mr. Riccio 
. . . Favorite song is 
"Won't Get Fooled Again" 
. . . Pastimes include Big 
Freds . . . college. 



Patricia A. Durney 

71 E. Wyoming Ave. 

Pat . . . "Next week" 
. . . Remembers the 
summers of '73 and '74 in 
Gloucester . . . Psychol- 
ogy with Miss Norwood 
and Algebra with Mr. 
Grant . . . The Beach Boys 
. . . Enjoys sewing and 
going to the beach. 



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John Joseph Eaton 
62 Elm St. 

Eatsie . . . Enjoys sports 
. . . future plans include 
college. 

Football; Basketball. 



Philip J. Edmundson 

184 Sylvan St. 

Remembers C.A., T.L., 
S.D., M.C., and others 
. . . Chemistry, Miss 
Osepchuk . . . 

Springsteen and the Bros. 
. . . Enjoys sleeping, 
Tunes and will continue to 
at Amherst. 

LOG literary Staff; De- 
bate; Tennis; Football; 
Student Finance Commit- 
tee. 



Maria D. Eleftherakis 

58 West Emerson St. 
"Wicked good", "Look 
at all the dandelions" . . . 
Friendship is the key to 
happiness . . . Summer of 
'74 in Spain . . . D.C. and 
J.B. . . . "Don't let it bring 
you down . . ." horseback 
riding . . . college . . . 
hopes to be a probation of- 
ficer. 



Marie Emerson 
134 Linden Rd. 
"Wait a minute" . . . 
Fondest memories: Fall 
from a horse's back and a 
quick return to it . . . 
Shorthand and Transcrip- 
tion, Ms. Carrabis . . . 
Bowling, Tennis . . . 
Business School, Secretary. 



Cathy Evans 
235 Howard St. 
Future plans include col- 
lege and employment . . . 
Swim Team; IMPRINT 
art editor. 




Ronald Ward Face 

79 Florence St. 

Ronnie . . . Parties at 
the "Vue", Summer of '75 
in N.H. . . . Mr. DeTeso, 
U.S. History . . . Enjoys 
playing ball with the guys 
. . . plans on College, 
Business. 

Cross Country; Basket- 
ball; Baseball Capt.; Span- 
ish Club. 



Kenneth A. Fagan 

45 First St. 

Ken . . . Remembers 
summer of '75, The Gang, 
The Vue, visiting B.J. at 
Hospital . . . Doc 
Rockwood, analysis . . . 
"Train Kept Rollin' — 
Aerosmith . . . Looks 
forward to college. 

Hockey; French Club; 
Biology Club. 



Ellen M. Falzarano 

20 Garfield Rd. 
Ellie ... Jr. Prom '73 
with S.C. and friends and 
summer of '75 with K.R. 
and J.R. ... Mr. J. 
Hughes and Mr. Cooper 
. . . "Stairway to Heaven" 
. . . Enjoys bike riding 
and making rugs . . . will 
be working in the future. 



John Fantasia 
41 Hillside Ave. 
Fan . . . Right! ... 1 
year and 7 months . . . 
Mr. Cruppi, Auto Shop 
. . . Duane Allman, 
Whipping Post . . . En- 
joys working on cars. 
Football. 



Michael Farina 
23 Fairmount St. 

Mike . . . "What's up" 
. . . "Anything worth 
having is worth waiting 
for . . . Remembers cruise 
to San Juan and St. Mar- 
tinique . . . Mr. Studley 
and Mr. Shaughnessy . . . 
Bluebird, Buffalo 

Springfield . . . Bicycle 
riding and Working . . . 
Future plans include a trip 
to Canada. 

Football. 



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Nancy Jean Farina 

23 Fairmount St. 
Aw, decent! . . . re- 
members Hangin' Around 
— Parties with the gang, 
Crusin in Old Red . . . 
Favorite classes were Gym 
with Miss Chase and 
French with Miss Donahue 
. . . "Feeling Stronger", 
Chicago . . . Plans on Col- 
Powder Puff; IMPRINT: 
French Club; Gourmet 
Cooking. 



Rhonda L. Farina 
128 Green St. 

dynomite! ... "If only 
all the hands that reach 
could touch" . . . Re- 
members C'n and great 
times with S.M. . . . 
Tequila Sunrise . . . Shhh 
. . . The Concert '75 . . . 
Favorite teacher — Ms. 
Norwood — Psychology 
. . . Kool and the Gang, 
Stevie Wonder . . . Loves 
Eastie and Imports . . . 
partying with friends from 
Maverick . . . Plans to be 
a social worker. 

Vice President; Presi- 
dent; Italian Club; Spanish 
Club; G.A.A.; Girls Club; 
Powder Puff; LOG Sub- 
scription Staff; Freshman 
Cheerleader. 



Kim Farr 

12 Hopkins St. 
Likes to go to the drags 
and Riding with "Reb" 
. . . Enjoyed Art with Mr. 
Squatrito . . . favorite 
song is Marvin Gaye's 
"Let's Get it On" . . . 
Fondly enjoys Traveling 
with LMC show . . . H.R. 
with E.F. 



Elaine L. Farrell 
37 Circuit St. 

Will ya cut it out . . . "If 
life is not what you wish it 
to be, search yourself for 
the answer." . . . Fondly 
remembers Maine '75 with 
J.C., . . . classes with 
K.W. and times spent with 
P.B. . . . Legal with 
M.J.B. . . . "You've Got A 
Friend". 

Swim Team 1,2,3. 



Brenda Ann Farrow 

24 Mystic Ave. 

Brenda . . . "dynamite" 
. . . Fondest memories 
U.C.Y., Summer of '74, 
world cultures with Mr. 
Connolly . . . Elton John, 
Beatles . . . bowling, pin- 
ball . . . nursing school 
ahead. 

G.A.A.; Basketball; Pep 
Club. 




Bruce Favorat 
55 Boston Rock Rd. 
Goose . . . "What a 
rush" . . . clubbing in 
New York . . . LaRosa's 
math . . . Stones . . . 
working in the bakery and 
cruising . . . Future plans 
include college. 



Michael J. Feeney 
24 Ashcroft Rd. 

"Feen" . . . admit it 
Griffin . . . free bowling 
with Joe, Hick, and Gritts 
. . . Pete Reilly's chemis- 
try .. . college ahead. 

Hockey 1,2; Golf 2,3,4; 
Frosh Cross Country. 



James Ferraro 
81 Albion St. 

Ziggy . . . overnights at 
U. Mass. & Dartmouth, '75 
Winter Ball, The "Yes" 
concert at Boston Garden 
. . . Flying and tennis 
. . . plans to be an air traf- 
fic controller. 

Debate Club; Tennis; 
Student Government Day. 



James Filaretos 



Alan J. Fish 

224 Tremont St. 

Partying down V.D.'s 
cellar and H.T. . . . plans 
on college. 

Hockey. 



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Edward J. Fitzgerald 
14 West Hill Ave. 
Fitzy . . . Excellent . . . 
"It is better to be silent 
and thought a fool, than to 
speak up and remove all 
doubt" . . . Remembers 
Maine in 75 and partying 
with Steve . . . Mr. 
Trubisz . . . Aerosmith 
. . . partying at Nahant 
and Caldor . . . plans on 
law enforcement or retail- 
ing . . . tokin'. 



Joseph M. Flaherty 

380 Washington St. 
Enjoyed Mr. Brown and 
Mr. Hand . . . plays 
sports in spare time . . . 
plans on college. 



Brenda Fogarty 
381 Porter St. 

Foge . . . remembers 
O.B. in New Mexico, 
counselling with S.D. . . . 
favorite class was English 
with Mrs. Beardsley . . . 
enjoys hiking, sports, and 
travel . . . college and 
travel are in the future. 

G.A.A., Mountain 

Climbing Club, Powder 
Puff, Basketball Co-Capt., 
Softball, Track. 



Jack Foote 
101 Sycamore Rd. 

Footie . . . remembers 
Lovell Lake 75, R.L., and 
partying up the hood. Bow 
Lake with L.C. ... Mr. 
Riccio-Spanish . . . Jethro 
Tull, Locomotive Breath 
. . . Camping up the Kan- 
camagus . . . plans on col- 
lege, looks forward to 
Summer of 76 . . . 

Hockey, Football. 



Joan Ford 
31 Magnolia Rd. 

Remembers Washington 
75 with B.H., Amerst with 
P.N. . . . D.R., E.T., B.H., 
S.B. . . . Favorite classes: 
Mr. Frank's History and 
Mrs. Keeffe's English class 
. . . Plans on College. 

LOG Editor-in-Chief, 
IMPRINT, French Club, 
Pep Club, S.F.A.B., Home 
Room Representative, 
Honor Society, Schol- 
arship Fund Drive, Stu- 
dent Gov't Day. 




Karen Fortier 
4 Rendall Place 

Kay . . . bumma, what 
a flip-out . . . Dynamite 
. . . Enjoyed Mr. Connolly 
— World Cultures . . . 
"Harmony" . . . Remem- 
bers U.C. 4, Dances, Trig- 
ger, Bowling Alley, Lyn's 
House, Sundown Pine- 
banks . . . Enjoys horse- 
backriding, pinball, 

bowling. 

Gymnastics; Pep Club; 
G.A.A.; Powder Puff. 



Carl Joseph Freda 
98 Walton Park 

Favorite classes include 
Mrs. Waterbury's Science 
Fiction, Mr. Hasset — Bi- 
ology, Mr. Gagnon — 
Piano . . . collects records 
and books . . . Enjoys 
movies . . . Plans on col- 
lege and teaching. 

Glee Club. 



Doreen Freda 

98 Walton Pk. 

"Oh, my God" ... Fall 
of 74 and Jan. 75 . . . 
Favorite class — Mr. 
Morse and D Block study 
. . . "Feelings" . . . En- 
joys being with friends 
and listening to favorite 
songs . . . Plans to attend 
college. 

Gourmet Cooking Club; 
Softball. 



Luigi Fusco 

15 E. Emerson St. 

Louie . . . Fondest 
memories include coming 
to America . . . Enjoyed 
French with Mrs. Bean 
. . . target shooting . . . 
Plans on college. 

French Club. 



Charles A. Gargiulo 

174 Howard St. 

Gadja . . . Fudge . . . 
memories include Cerre- 
tani's outings and J.H.'s 
trainride at P.C.'s last 
party and listening to 
church bells at 3:30 . . . 
enjoys TSOP and the 
Beach Boys and working 
on his car . . . plans on a 
good college in Math and 
Computer Fields. 

Honor Society; Debate. 



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Christopher Garniss 
Nace . . . Yes, I can 
. . . "Oh, Shut Up!" . . . 
Remembers August 17, 
1975, Joan, Aerosmith . . . 
Mr. Hughes . . . Enjoys 
concerts and looks forward 
to being happily married. 
Track; Football. 



Kathleen Marie 
Geehan 

87 Beech Ave. 
Kathy . . . "Be Quiet" 
. . . summer of '74 . . . 
Favorite song is "Last 
Time I Saw Him" . . . En- 
joys reading and playing 
Softball, basketball, vol- 
leyball, field hockey. 



Karen Gentile 

10 Edgemere St. 

Meathead . . . "Love is 
. . . whatever you make 
it" . . . friends at the wall, 
summer of '75 . . . En- 
joyed Mr. Dodge and gym 
. . . favorite performer is 
Stevie Wonder . . . party- 
ing, cooking and driving 
. . . Plans on college and 
nursing. 

Gourmet Cooking. 



Judith Getchell 
16 Meridian St. 
Judy ... "I gotta get 
out of here" . . . Hampton 
'74, good times at MFNH, 
always seen with J.H. and 
l.g., Jr. Prom, Sept. 13 
with D.K. ... Mr. Con- 
nelly and Mr. Cooper . . . 
"Tiny Dancer" by Elton 
John . . . Plans on college. 



Carol Ann Gibelli 
53 Cottage St. 

I don't believe it . . . 
You know it . . . "You can 
do anything if you try 
hard enough" . . . Re- 
members the fence and 
Gooch Park, J.G., J.H., 
C.A., P.S., G.G. and C.V. 
. . . Miss Osepchuk and 
Mr. Riccio . . . Beatles, 
BTO, and Duke and the 
Drivers . . . Enjoys horse- 
back riding and sports 
. . . Plans on college and 
travel. 

Spanish Club; Track. 




Jonathan E. Giggi 

18 Norman Rd. 
Jon . . . "It all evens 
out" . . . "This above all: 
to thine own self be true" 
. . . summers on Martha's 
Vineyard and in N.H. . . . 
Chemistry with Mr. Reilly 
. . . "Don't Let the Sun 
Go Down on Me" — Elton 
. . . skiing . . . Plans on 
architecture and college. 



Wendy J. Giglio 
46 Hurd St. 

Giggles . . . "The most 
wasted day of all is one in 
which you have not 
laughed" . . . Remembers 
Canada — summer of '75, 
Bev. G., Cindy J., Suzanne 
C. . . . Enjoys Carole King 
. . . likes to laugh, smile, 
talk on the phone and 
party . . . career in busi- 
ness in the future. 

G.A.A.; Business Club. 



John A. Gill 
18 Lincoln St. 

Gildo . . . Remembers 
Colorado Outward Bound 
School and History with 
Mr. Burr . . . Enjoys all 
sports . . . college in the 
future. 

Football; Swimming 
Co-Captain; Baseball; 
Camping and Mountain 
Climbing Club; Close-Up 
Trip. 



Brian F. Gillespie 
81 Damon Ave. 

Enjoys hiking, camping 
and being outdoors . . . 
Plans on college. 

Camping and Mountain 
Club; Rifle dub; Explor- 



Nancy B. Gilliatt 
336 Grove St. 

Nanc . . . "Oh yeah" 
. . . summer of '75 with 
D.C., R.T., E.L., T.L., 
L.B., R.A., 6/26/75; Aero- 
smith — "Get Your 
Wings"; 11/24/73 with 
M.M.; M/W.H.; and espe- 
cially G.D. . . . "Magic", 
"Jackie Blue", "Searching 
So Long" . . . sewing, 
bike riding . . . plans in- 
clude college and secre- 
tarial work. 

Spanish Club; Honor 
Society, LOG Staff; G.A.A. 



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Rosemary Girardi 
8 Lynde Ave. 

Rose . . . "Bumma, hey 
kid" . . . "Give me a 
break, no way" . . . 
Summer of 75 in Maine 
with B.C. and the gang 
. . . Medford with M.S., 
C.P., and L.P. ... the 
rink 72 with P.C. . . . 
partying . . . J.H. and 
friends . . . M.J.B. . . . 
Bookkeeping with Mr. 
Roberts . . . Favorite song 
— "Harmony" . . . Enjoys 
the guitar, Aerosmith, 
Alice Cooper and Elton 
John . . . Plans on travel- 
ing and being a medical 
secretary. 



Patricia Glynn 
8 Central Ter. 
Hyper . . . "Tell me 
about it" . . . "Get lost" 
. . . Remembers summer 
of 75 — T.L., M.C., J.C., 
P.M., El of Nogg, T.C., 
D.J., B.C. — V.F.W. . . . 
Occupational Planning 
with Mr. Hughes . . . The 
Beach Boys . . . Enjoys 
skating and tennis . . . 
Plans on college. 



Linda Ann Grant 
27 Holbrook Crt. 

Lynn . . . "You do your 
thing and I'll do mine" 
... NO WAY . . . Sum- 
mer of 75 with Greg . . . 
partying with the girls, 
10/12/74 ... Mr. Glynn 
and English . . . Rolling 
Stones; "She's a Rainbow ' 
. . . Enjoys horseback rid- 
ing . . . Plans to be a sec- 
retary and to travel. 

Gourmet Cooking Club. 



Anita M. Grassi 
149 Whitman Ave. 

Nita . . . "Don't take 
my word for it" . . . "Que 
sais je?" . . . Remembers 
Dartmouth 73, the filebox, 
lively debate meetings, 
State Award night at the 
Hillcrest . . . Chemistry 
with Mr. Reilly . . . Likes 
to sew, read and play ten- 
nis and the piano . . . 
Plans on majoring in 
Chemistry. 

Debate; Imprint; S.F. 
A.B.; Tennis; Biology 
Club; French Club, secre- 
tary; Honor Society. 



Judith Lynn Graves 
254 East Foster St. 
Jude . . . "Dynamite" 
. . . "Strive to be happy" 
. . . The Common with 
S.H., Snakes, Summers 
72, 73, 74 . . . Favorite 
class was U.S. History 
with Mr. Deteso . . . 
"Stairway to Heaven" . . . 
Bailey's . . . Plans on 
being a secretary. 
Honor Society. 




Ronald G. Gray 

26 South Ave. 

Ron . . . "Excellent" 
. . . "What's happening" 
. . . Hampton Beach, 
Face's Cottage, D.I.F. Gar- 
age . . . Mr. Squatrito 
. . . "Lucky Man" . . . 
Enjoys partying . . . Plans 
on college. 

Football, Track. 



Maureen Lynn 

Greeley 
15 Sycamore Rd. 

Remembers the Junior 
Prom . . . Math with Mr. 
Ganley . . . listens to 
Chicago . . . P.B. and 
crazy times with C.V., par- 
tying and friends, M.F. 
with D.H. . . . Plans on 
college. 

Basketball; Pep Club; 
G.A.A.; Jr. and Sr. Prom 
Committees; Powder Puff; 
Senior Activities Commit- 
tee. 



David S. Griffin 

43 Ardsmoor Rd. 

Gritts . . . "Let's go to 
the King" . . . Team Man- 
ager . . . good times with 
the guys . . . Washington 
trip . . . Chemistry with 
Mr. Reilly . . . likes to sail 
. . . Plans on college. 

Golf; Football Mgr.; 
Winter Track; Cross Coun- 
try, Spanish Club. 



Laura J. Guevin 

237 North Forest St. 

"What can I say with 

J.M." ... "If at first you 

don't succeed, try, try 

again" . . . J.M. + 

d.b. + d.m. . . -; 

Summers of 74, 75 . . . 
always seen with J.H. and 
J.G. . . . Mr. Connolly 
and U.S. History . . . 
"Swear to God" . . . likes 
to swim, ride horses and 
water-ski in N.H. . . . 
Plans to work with young 
children. 



David S. Hall 

5 Meadowview Rd. 

Hallsy . . . "Not Even" 
. . . "Really" . . . Fondest 
memories of Jay Peak and 
partying with a certain 
bunch of people who had 
a camera . . . Remembers 
Geometry with Mr. LaRosa 
. . . Enjoys listening to 
Cat Stevens and Cooper 
Miller . . . College ahead. 

Tennis 3,4; Ski Club. 



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Judith Hallinan 
15 Howard Street 
Jude . . . Fondly re- 
members the Aerosmith 
concert '75 and the E.J. 
Concert '75 . . . good 
times with G.B., M.T., and 
J.P. . . . Kiki's with R.G. 
and friends . . . Favorite 
performers are Elton John, 
Aerosmith and the "Street 
Kids" . . . Pastimes in- 
clude jamming with the 
guitar and piano, partying 
and concerts . . . Califor- 
nia bound. 



Naomi Ham 
131 Boston Rock Road 
Gnome . . . "Indubita- 
bly" . . . Favorite quote is 
"Life is too important to 
be taken seriously" . . . 
Memories include Chicago 
— Beach Boys concert . . . 
work at the Museum of 
Science . . . Summer "75" 
. . . favorite song — 
"Imagine" . . . Pastimes 
include tennis, bike riding 
and sewing . . . Plans to 
major in math or science 
in college. 

Imprint; French Club. 



Frederick T. 
Hannigan 
148 West Foster Street 
Fondest memories are 
with Lori . . . Remembers 
Social Studies with Mr. 
Hodgkins . . . Enjoys the 
Eagles . . . Pastimes in- 
clude partying at Vinny's 
. . . College ahead. 
Hockey 2,3,4; Soccer 3,4. 



Deborah L. Hanson 
54 Ardsmoor Road 
Debbie . . . Fondly re- 
members skiing with the 
gang . . . Austria '75 . . . 
memories of N.H. . . . 
spending time with Craig 
. . . New Year's Eve '73 
. . . twirling, rallies and 
brunches ... A block 
with Mr. Champi . . . 
Pastimes include sewing, 
skiing, tennis and water- 
skiing . . . college ahead. 

S.F.A.B. 3; Ski Club 
President 3; Tennis 2,3; 
G.A.A.; Pep Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Powder 
Puff; Senior Activities 
Committee; Majorette 4. 



Robert J. Harding 
21 Montvale Ave. 

Bob . . . "Come On!" 
. . . Remembers summer 
'73 . . . poor doodlys SPA 
dinner . . . the Mount 
. . . Parties at the beach 
and the Hood . . . TAF 
Blue Bomb . . . Favorite 
class is chemistry with 
Miss Osepchuk . . . Pas- 
times include parties and 
skating . . . Future plans 
include college. 

Hockey 1,2,3; Spring 
Track 1,2,3,4. 




Joanne Harrington 
30 Echo Street 

"Come on let's go" . . . 
Memories of summer of 
'73 and summer of '75 with 
D.N. . . . Always seen 
with J.G. and L.G. . . . 
Enjoyed U.S. History with 
Mr. Connolly . . . Legal 
Secretary with Miss Blan- 
chard . . . "Swear to God" 
. . . likes bowling ... in- 
tends to become a legal 
secretary. 



Pamela Harrington 
51 Apple Hill Road 

Pam . . . "Go forward, 
not straight" . . . Fondly 
remembers Ipswich . . . 
Georgetown U. . . . Driv- 
ers Ed. with K.K., J.N. and 
D.H. . . . Overnights . . . 
parties . . . Favorite class 
is French with Mrs. D. 
. . . Enjoys Aerosmith 
. . . Pastimes include 
waterskiing, Parties and 
the beach . . . college and 
Law School ahead. 

Jr. Prom Committee; Se- 
nior Class Representative; 
Debate. 



Lisa Hart 

126 West Foster Street 
Lee . . . "Dynomite" 
. . . you do your thing 
and I'll do mine . . . 
Fondest memories are of 
Joey . . . partying with 
V.V. ... tea parties . . . 
D.L., W.S., C.A., P.P., 
L.S., and M.C.! ... Mr. 
Cooper in summer school 
. . . enjoys Alice Cooper 
. . . "Stairway to Heav- 
en". 

Class Representative; 
Powder Puff; I.W.S. 



Rebecca Ruth 

Hartman 
519 Franklin Street 
Becky . . . Fondly re- 
members good times up 
Sebago . . . Jane's car . . . 
the pizond . . . Fr. P's 
. . . Cindy's parties in 
Burlington . . . Enjoys 
skiing and tea parties . . . 
Plans to marry someone 
rich. 



Kenneth J. Hasey 
91 Pearl St. 

Hase . . . "Let's get 
stoned" . . . Memories of 
the park . . . Enjoyed 10th 
grade math with Mr. 
Larosa . . . Performer is 
Jimi Hendrix . . . "Purple 
Haze" . . . college ahead. 



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Helen Nancy Hayden 
34 Granite St. 
"What a fool" . . . 
Memories of 10/10/75, 
6/9/75 . . . "Sq's" and 
"J.M." . . . Future plans 
include college. 



Jennifer Haywood 
105 Walton Pk. 

Jen . . . "Definitely" 
. . . Good times in J's car 
... The F Club . . . Par- 
ties at Pond . . . Bur- 
lington and Aerosmith 
. . . College ahead. 

Modern Dance 1,2,3, 
President 4. 



Susan Healey 

60 Bellevue Ave. 

Fondly remembers Bos- 
ton Common with friends 
. . . Junior Prom . . . 
Summer '75 with S.C., 
C.B., M.A. ... Enjoys 
Chicago "Beginnings" 
. . . College and traveling 
ahead. 

Pep Club. 



Rosemary Jean 

Heidkamp 
228 Upham St. 

Rosie . . . "Far-out" 
. . . "Don't worry about 
it" . . . Fondly remembers 
Camp Allen . . . Debate 
weekends . . . Friendlies 
. . . German Folk Dancing 
. . . Piano with Mr. Gag- 
non . . . Favorite teacher 
Mr. Morse . . . Enjoys 
backpacking and cycling 
. . . Future plans include 
the examination and ex- 
ploration of the many pos- 
sibilities life has to offer 
. . . college eventually. 

Swim Team 2,4; LOG; 
Intermural Volleyball; Ping 
Pong. 



Jo- Ann Henderson 

31 Malvern St. 

Jo . . . "Really?" . . . 
"Oh wow!" . . . "Be 
yourself" . . . Memories 
of H.P. . . . summers of 
'74, '75 . . . J. Geils and 
Aerosmith concerts . . . 
Good times with Donna 
. . . Enjoys Rod Stewart 
— "Radar Love" . . . pas- 
times include camping and 
swimming . . . Hairdres- 
sing in future. 

Powder Puff. 




Donna M. Henken 
"Dare to dream — to be- 
lieve — to be yourself" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
camping in Fryeburg, 
Maine . . . D.E. with J.N. 
. . . Good Harbor and 
New Year's Eve '73 . . . 
Cat Stevens . . . Bikerid- 
ing . . . sudden sprints 
. . . college ahead . . . 
friends. 

Class Sec. 2,3; Student 
Advisory Council; IM- 
PRINT Business Editor; Jr. 
Prom Comm.; G.A.A.; Pep 
Club; Debate; Power Puff. 



Susanne Herlihy 
60 No well Rd. 

Sue . . . Fondly re- 
members summers in Me 
. . . (S.R.) . . . Good 
times with Irene . . . 
Joan's castle . . . favorite 
song is "Stairway to Heav- 
en" . . . Enjoys waterski- 
ing, dancing, partying and 
going to concerts . . . Col- 
lege ahead. 

Tield Hockey Manager; 
Modern Dance; Powder 
Puff; Spanish Club. 



Thomas M. Hickey 
28 Pine St. 

Hick . . . Don't pick 
him up . . . you can't see 
the forest through the trees 
. . . Remembers Big L 
. . . kicked my car . . . 
Sophomore Game vs. 
Wakefield . . . Spanish 
with Bob Riccio . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Football 1,2,3,4; Wres- 
tling 1,2,3,4; Freshman 
Baseball; Student Gov- 
ernment Day — Alderman; 
Spanish Club. 



Nancy Ann Hicks 
17 Taylor St. 

"C'mon you guys" . . . 
Memories of 6/29/75 . . . 
Prince . . . Sheepsfold 
. . . Pat's Peak . . . 
C.S.N.& Y. concert . . . 
favorite class Biology with 
Mr. Schott ... Cat Ste- 
vens — "Father and Son" 
. . . C.S.N.& Y. — "Teach 
Your Children . . . Pas- 
times include backpack- 
ing, camping, playing 
guitar, canoeing, skiing 
with L.D., J.M., C.S., 
M.C. . . . college ahead. 

Waterballet; Girls Sc- 
outs; CYO. 



Nancy Higgins 
410 Grove St. 

Nanc . . . "No, but!" 
. . . Remembers summer 
'74 in California . . . en- 
joyed American Presi- 
dency with Mr. Deteso 
and psychology with Miss 
Norwood . . . Pastimes 
include work at Wool- 
worths in Saugus ... fu- 
ture plans include nursing. 

Pep Club; G.A.A. 



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Karen Anne Hill 

25 Orient Ave. 

"You yahoo! This is a 
joke." . . . "If you can 
keep your head in all of 
this confusion you simply 
don't understand the situ- 
ation." . . . Fondly re- 
members being a non- 
debater . . . Lisa H. . . . 
Driver's Ed. . . . Enjoyed 
Biology with Ms. Packer 
. . . Likes Harry Nilson 
. . . Hobbies include Ping 
Pong with Rosie . . .N.H. 

Ping Pong Club; Vol- 
leyball; Biology Club. 



Joseph D. Hirschfeld 

129 Bellevue Ave. 

"Hersy" . . . "Igno- 
rance is the root of all criti- 
cism." . . . Fondly re- 
members T. LaRosa's in- 
spirational talks . . . first 
day in March . . . Enjoys 
U.S. History with Tony D. 
. . . Pastimes include 
grocery shopping and 
overturning bears . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Baseball 1; Washington 
D.C. Trip; Student Gov- 
ernment Day; Football 1-4. 



Sara B. Hoague 

69 Richardson Rd. 

Sally . . . Hoagie . . . 
"Look to this day" . . . 
"When the going gets 
tough, the tough gets go- 
ing" . . . Memories of 
Lake Sunapee with L.S. 
and S.V. . . . camping 
. . . fun times with 
friends . . . talks . . . 
Practice, "Coach" . . . En- 
joyed French with Mrs. D. 
73-74 . . . Chemistry with 
Mr. Reilly ... the 
Neighborhood . . . 

"Lady, My Sweet Lady" 
. . . college ahead. 

Tumbling 2; Field Hoc- 
key 2,3,4; Gymnastics 
2,3,4; Track 2,3, Co- 
Captain 4; Cheering 3; 
G.A.A. Vice President 3; 
Jr. Prom Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y. 



Elizabeth Ann 

Holmes 

63 Harold St. 

Beth . . . Remembers 
cruisin' with Bordie . . . 
Beach Boy concert . . . 
Driver's Ed. with S.D. 
. . . Winter Ball '75 with 
J.D. . . . Washington with 
J.F. and D.M. . . . Gossip 
Hour . . . Junior Prom 
with R.B. . . . "Stringing 
popcorn" with Leo . . . 
Favorite group — The 
Eagles . . . Enjoys playing 
the guitar . . . Future 
plans include being a 
Medical secretary. 

Pep Club 2; French Club 
3,4; Biology Club Secretary 
4; Honor Society; Jr. Prom 
Comm.; LOG Literary 
Staff; Winter Ball Comm. 



Deborah A. Horgan 

Ashland St. 

Ronnie . . . "You shock 
me" . . . "I'm free and 
freedom tastes of reality." 
. . . Remembers good 
times at parties . . . "Hey 
Mickey and Davey B." 
. . . Tow Car . . . sum- 
mer of '75 and the Drag- 
way . . . Enjoyed Skills 
Lab . . . talking about 
Josh with Diane . . . 
Favorite performer — Led 
Zepplin. 

Glee Club; Powder Puff; 
D.E.C.A. 




Joanne Elizabeth 

Howe 

21 Everett St. 

Hugsy . . . "Awe come 
on, you can do it." . . . 
"Farewell to the summer 
of 73." . . . Memories in- 
clude Maine with YibYats 
'72 . . . the beach . . . 
"Hey You" . . . '74 . . . 
summer of '75 with 
Tommy in N.H. . . . 
S.T.Y.H.B.! ... Mr. 
Trubicz . . . Passes time 
sleeping in the sun . . . 
Favorite performer is 
James Taylor . . . "How 
Sweet it is to be Loved by 
You." 

Powder Puff. 



Brian Hughes 

26 Charles St. 

Fondly remembers 

V.D.'s cellar . . . H.T. 
. . . Enjoyed Mr. Gavin's 
Geometry class . . . Pas- 
times include hiking and 
camping. 

Soccer 2,3, Co-Captain 
4; Hockey 2,3,4; Baseball 
2,3,4. 



Helen Danielle 
Hughes 

16 Sargent St. 

Helen . . . "Don't take 
yourself too seriously" 
. . . Memories of the 
summer of '75 . . . Senior 
year . . . English with Mr. 
Cooper . . . Enjoys the 
Beach Boys . . . Pastimes 
include bike riding and 
skiing . . . college ahead. 

G.A.A. 2; IMPRINT 2; 
Pal Club 2; Teacher's Aide 
2; Girl's State Rep. '75; 
LOG Typing Editor; Vol- 
leyball Club 4; S.A.C. 



Donald S. Hume 

13 Brazil St. 
"I've done that" . . . 
Favorite teacher is Mr. 
Studley . . . Pastimes in- 
clude cruising in his '63. 



Kevin E. Hunt 
127 Mt. Vernon Ave. 

Kev . . . "Aw, come 
on" . . . "He walks light 
who walks alone." . . . 
Led Zepplin — "Stairway 
to Heaven" . . . Alice 
Cooper — "Eighteen" . . . 
Hobbies include swim- 
ming, other sports, lead- 
er's club Y.M.C.A. . . . 
Memories of '74 and J. P. 
. . . Chemistry with Miss 
Osepchuk . . . Military 
service after college . . . 
Security Police ahead. 

Swim Team 3,4. 



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V. Robert Iacoviello 
28 Cargill St. 
Bob . . . Remembers fall 
in Pittsburgh, N.H. ... 
Chemistry with Miss 
Osepchuk . . . Enjoys 
hunting and fishing . . . 
Future plans include col- 
lege — majoring in Biol- 
ogy or Chemistry. 

Honor Society; Tutor- 
ing; IMPRINT, Co- 
Advertising Editor. 



Bradley W. James 

225 First St. 
Brad . . . "Always stay 
ahead" . . . Will always 
remember sophomore year 
with the gang . . . Junior 
English with Mrs. May 
. . . Bowie concert 74 . . . 
Future plans include col- 
lege. 



Michael Jodoin 
99 Woodcrest Dr. 
"The best four years of 
your life are spent in high 
school — unless it's a 
three-year school" . . . 
Remembers the Pink Floyd 
Concert ... "I Shall Be 
Released" by Bob Dylan, 
Pink Floyd, Yes, Neil 



Young 
band. 
Drama 4. 



Playing in the 



Bruce Johnson 
19 School St. 

Fur . . . Remembers 
blowing Z's at Fenway 
. . . Watching Pete, 
Bench, Gullett, and the 
Big Red Machine beat on 
the Green Monster . . . 
Feedbags with Rose at the 
Writers' Banquet . . . 
T'ing Hefs with Mob, Ch- 
ase, Nuts, Linus, Mois, 
Willy, and Sarns . . . 
"Raw" MacDonalds and 
meeting Jojo White . . . 
Favorite class — Chemis- 
try with Burnsy Reilly . . . 
College ahead. 

Soccer 3,4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; French Club. 



David W. Johnson 

26 Magnolia Rd. 
D.J. . . . "Too much is 
not enough" . . . Remem- 
bers the party for Led 
Zeppelin . . . 7/5/75 . . . 
English with Ms. Brown 
. . . Music . . . Future 
plans include getting rich, 
somehow. 




Diane Marie Johnson 
36 Fairmount St. 

Di . . . "A dreamer 
lives forever" . . . Fondly 
remembers the Summer of 
75, the Cape, Kancamagus, 
R.V., cruising with M.O., 
B.K., M.V., C.R., and 
D.V., . . . K. P's parties 
. . . two years of short- 
hand with Miss Blanchard 
. . . Psychology with Miss 
Norwood . . . Favorite 
songs include "Teenage 
Lament", "Runaway" . . . 
Likes partying down the 
Knoll . . . Meeting new 
people . . . Hopes to be- 
come a legal secretary. 

Powder Puff, Modern 
Dance. 



Ellen Joy 
44 Lincoln St. 

El . . . "People who 
need people are the luck- 
iest people in the world" 
. . . Remembers Hawaii, 
brunches, waterskiing 
down the Cape . . . His- 
tory with Mr. Burr . . . 
Pastimes include traveling 
and swimming . . . Hopes 
to pursue a career in law 
after college. 

LOG staff, cheerleading, 
French Club, G.A.A., Girls 
dub, Pep Club Represen- 
tative, Modern Dance, Ju- 
nior Prom Committee. 



Kim Kapelos 
11 Linden Rd. 

"Strive to be happy — 
follow your dreams" . . . 
Fondly remembers 8/9/75 
. . . Times with Mark . . . 
Cheering — brunches . . . 
letters with Col . . . 
Camping — Fryburg . . . 
talks with Vinny, home 
parties, P.P. . . . Fantastic 
Friends. 

Student Congress, Ju- 
nior Prom Committee, 
French Club, LOG staff, 
Powder Puff, Senior Ac- 
tivities Committee, 
G.A.A. 



James Edward 

Keddie 
102 Goodyear Ave. 
"Let's go" . . . Remem- 
bers the Summer of 75 at 
the island . . . G.V., . . . 
Earth Science with Mr. 
Morrison . . . partying 
and fishing . . . Plans to 
pursue a career in the elec- 
trical field. 



John D. Keegan 

20 Sargent St. 
Keegs . . . "You're not 
alone." ... It was gold 
. . . classes with Jerry 
Ford and Mr. Hughes . . . 
Lou Reed . . . Listening to 
a good stereo . . . college 
ahead. 



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Linda Keenom 

44 Echo St. 
"Decent" . . . Remem- 
bers Labor Day weekend 
75 up P.D.'s with F.A. 
. . . Dynamite times with 
B.W., A.M., L.H., D.C. 
. . . Beach Boy concerts 
. . . Geometry with Mr. 
Gavin . . . I.T.M.B. . . . 
Pastimes include swim- 
ming, sailing and partying 
down the Knoll. 



Jacqueline T. Kehoe 
221 Grove St. 
Jackie ... "I don't 
know." . . . "Variety is 
the spice of life." . . . 
Remembers summer of '74 
. . . being with B.H. . . . 
3/20/73, Littleton . . . 
David Bowie . . . "Suf- 
fragette City" . . . party- 
ing down the Knoll . . . 
concerts . . . Future plans 
include hairdressing 

school. 



Eileen Kelley 
362 Pleasant St. 

"Oh, yeah!" . . . "Don't 
worry, take each day as it 
comes." . . . Remembers 
Beach Boys with Bill 75 
and Chicago . . . Psychol- 
ogy with Miss Norwood 
. . . Enjoys skating, bike 
riding, swimming, sewing 
. . . college. 

Gourmet Cooking Club; 
G.A.A.; Pep Club; Powder 
Puff. 



Scott J. Kelley 

50 Youle St. 

Remembers the Jr. Prom 
. . . Debate with Mr. 
Frank . . . Math with Dr. 
Rockwood . . . English 
with Miss Werneth . . . 
Grand Funk and the Beach 
Boys . . . Enjoys tennis 
and playing the organ . . . 
Plans to attend college and 
to travel. 

Debate 1; Tennis 1,2; 
Honor Society 3,4; French 
Club 2,3,4; Volleyball 4; 
Ping Pong 4. 



Richard Kelliher 




Steven J. Kelliher 

103 Sargent St. 
Steve . . . "What a 
rush!" . . . Remembers 
summers of 74 and 75 
. . . Auto Shop with Ben 
Crupi . . . Jethro Tull and 
Aqualung . . . Pastimes 
include music, fishing and 
water-skiing . . . Air 
Force. 



Betty Jo Kelly 

25 Shadow Rd. 
Bet . . . "You know 
what I mean?" . . . Re- 
members summer of 73 
and 75 . . . Kancamagus 
. . . the Cape . . . good 
times with D.J., M.V., 
M.O., C.R. and D.V. . . . 
English with Mr. Glynn 
. . . The Doors, "Been 
Down So Long" . . . likes 
to meet new people . . . 
college. 



Scot D. Kenworthy 
389 Porter St. 

Skutie . . . Remembers 
Black Rd., the Lake, Peaks, 
Island . . . Mr. Riccio . . . 
Enjoys skiing, water- 
skiing and boating . . . 
college ahead. 

Soccer; Tennis; Ski 
Club; Melrose Hickory 
Hawk Ski Club, Ski In- 
structor. 



Nancy Elizabeth 

Kiley 

414 E. Foster St. 

Killa . . . "Ditch out" 
. . . "Children learn what 
they live." . . . Fondly 
remembers the Junior 
Prom . . . home parties 
. . . May 3, 1975 . . . 
Riley's at 1:00 p.m. . . . 
Psychology with Mr. Allen 
. . . cruisin' in the Monte 
with K.O., E.L., D.M., 
L.C., E.J., and K.T. . . . 
skiing . . . Plans to attend 
Colby-Sawyer College in 
Child Studies field. 

Honor Society; Pep 
Club; G.A.A.; Powder 
Puff; Jr. Prom Comm.; 
Tri-Hi-Y. 



Kathleen A. Kimball 
288 E. Foster St. 
Hunna . . . Fondly re- 
members 9/21/73 . . . Bris- 
tol, N.H. 74 and 75 . . . 
Boston ... 49 Elm St. 
. . . Tuesday nights with 
K.B. ... Mr. DeTeso E. 
Block . . . The Story of 
Rindercella . . . the Win- 
ter Ball . . . Pink Hoyd 
. . . spending time with 
Tony . . . Future plans in- 
clude college. 

Italian Club 1,2,3. 



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Robert King 
97 Warwick Rd. 
Remembers the sum- 
mers of 73, 74 and 75 
. . . Auto Shop . . . 
Favorite performer — 
Aerosmith. 



Doug Kirshner 

2 Greenwood St. 
Remembers Auto Shop 
. . . Aerosmith . . . Auto 
Mechanics. 



David A. Kittredge 

122 Orris St. 
"The buck stops here" 
. . . Remembers Science 
Fiction with Robert Quinn 
. . . enjoys the song 
"Calypso" and the per- 
former Olivia Newton 
John. 



Robert J. Knowlton 

55 Meridian St. 

Bob . . . "What's up 
buddy?" . . . "You never 
know what you have until 
it's gone." Remembers PJ's 
— 74, C-town, A.D., 
North Andover — 75 . . . 
Summer of 75, F.O.B., 
. . . Chemistry with Miss 
Osepchuk . . . "Get Down 
Tonight" . . . The Who 
. . . Elton John . . . col- 
lege. 

Honor Society 3,4; 
Bridge Club 4; Ping Pong 
Club. 



Karen Lamattina 

298 Melrose St. 
"What a screwball!" 
. . . R-B parties with 
W.R., T.H., W.A., N.A., 
L.S., W.D., J.S., L.B., 
K.B., L.H., D.H., M.C., 
C.W., P.B. . . . Remem- 
bers summer of 75 with 
Mark and the kids . . . 
Beach Boys concert . . . 
November 74 . . . 
Brigham's . . . L.B., L.W., 
M.M., J.B., J.M. . . . mir- 
acles . . . Pastimes in- 
clude football up the man- 
sion . . . Future with 
M.C. . . . legal secretary. 




Dorothy Lamson 
81 Mt. Vernon St. 

Dottie . . . "Do ya 
wanna laugh?" . . . 
Fondly remembers the 
good times with Wendy 
. . . J.T., J.G., B.B., and 
D.B. . . . concerts . . . 
T-parties . . . parties with 
W.S., P.P., L.H., B.L., 
L.S., T.C. and M.C. . . . 
Mr. Riccio . . . listens to 
Neil Young . . . Favorite 
song — "Eighteen" by 
A.C. . . . Pastimes in- 
clude L.W., G.W. and 
reading J.R.R. Tolkien 
. . . college ahead. 



Ruth Lanni 
30 Oakland St. 

Huns . . . "Fantastic" 
. . . "Into each life a little 
rain must fall." . . . Re- 
members the summer of 
75 up the Hood ... All 
the times with J.F. . . . 
Enjoys Stevie Wonder . . . 
Dancing and partying . . . 
college. 

Gymnastics; Modern 
Dance; Tumbling Team. 



Cheryl Ann Lau 

11 Forest St. 
Crisco . . . "Hi guys" 
. . . "Be yourself" . . . 
Remembers Ossipee, New 
Hampshire . . . S.R.H. 
and M.J.B. . . . Favorite 
song — "To Sir With 
Love" . . . Hobbies in- 
clude cleaning, cooking 
and working at the "Y" 
. . . Medical secretary. 



John LaVigne 

4 Brunswick Way 



Patricia Mae LaVigne 

4 Brunswick Way 
Pat . . . "Li'il Papouse" 
and "But Boss" . . . Re- 
members Wakefield and 
N.H. . . . summer of 73 
. . . English . . . Mr. 
Shaughnessey . . . 

"Stairway to Heaven" . . . 
Enjoys camping, music 
and Softball at Pine Banks 
. . . Business Secretary. 
I.W.S. 



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Thomas A. Leach 
177 Perkins St. 



Anthony A. LaVita 

9 Cricklewood Ln. 
Gruetz . . . "You 
know" . . . "What were 
once vices are now habits" 
. . . Remembers summers 
of 74, 73, 72 . . . Lovell 
Lake 75 Hood parties . . . 
Mr. Glynn . . . Listens to 
T.Y.A., J.T., E.L.P., 
C.S.N.Y.G.F., Enjoys par- 
rying and motorcross . . . 



Peter M. LaVita 
50 Highview Ave. 
Remembers going away 
to Lovell Lake, New 
Hampshire in the summer 
of 75 . . . Excellent par- 
ties . . . Occupational 
planning with Mr. Hughes 
and Mr. Quinn . . . Lis- 
tens to David Bowie and 
Crosby, Stills, Nash and 
Young . . . Hobbies in- 
clude partying up the 
Hood and playing football 
. . . College. 



Tom . . 
the garage 
Concert . . 
M.B., D.L. 
C.R., M.C. 
Chemistry 
Osepchuk 



Remembers 
. . Starship 
. D.S., J.L., 
P.E., C.P., 
. et al . . . 
with Miss 
. . Favorite 



song — "Landslide" . . . 
Fleetwood Mac . . . Hob- 
bies include music and 
concerts . . . Future plans 
include college and law. 

Tennis 2,3,4; Track 2, 
Student Congress; Debate 
Club Officer; Log Staff; 
Honor Society. 



Judith M. Leahy 

176 West Wyoming Ave. 
Judy . . . "You are you, 
I am I . . .", Fondest 
memories include Branch 
Brook, summer of 75 . . ., 
David — 3J's ... 94 Bay 
State Road . . . July 28, 
1973 . . . English with Ms. 
Brown . . . Hobbies in- 
clude camping and moun- 
tain climbing . . . For- 
sythe. 



John Leary 




Barbara-Jean LeBlanc 
89 East Foster St. 
B.J. . . . "To be wise, 
you must first be a fool." 
Memories of going down 
Gooch Park . . . "Saunter- 
ing" up the Hood . . . 
being with "the girls." "2 
dishwasher" . . . Whip- 
poerwills in Maine at 4 
A.M. . . . Carol Burnett, 
Gordon Lightfoot . . . 
Favorite song "Old Days" 
by Chicago. Future plans 
include learning to play 
the guitar. 



Kevin LeBrun 



Sherry A. Lee 
304 Washington St. 
Rags . . . Remembers 
the New England Whalers 
and Boston Red Sox . . . 
Shorthand and transcrip- 
tion with Miss Blanchard 
. . . Hobbies include 
water-skiing . . . Hope to 
become a medical secre- 
tary or travel agent. 



Kevin Lenk 



Daniel J. Leonard, Jr. 
132 Lynde St. 

Dan . . . "Thumbs UP!" 
. . . "What's for lunch?" 
. . . "That's pheno- 
menal!" . . . Memories 
include the summers of 74 
and 75 . . . Mr. LaRosa's 
73 Math class . . . Favo- 
rite song — "Someone 
Save My Life Tonight" by 
Elton John . . . Pastimes 
include sports, weekend 
nights, drums, and draw- 
ing . . . Plans to go to col- 
lege and possibly become 
a dentist. 

Track 1; Volleyball Club; 
Auto Shop Club. 



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Peter LeSaffre 

18 Glendale Ave. 

Pete . . . Remembers Jr. 
year with Mrs. May . . . 
Mr. Connolly, Mr. Burr 
. . . Enjoys playing tennis 
. . . college. 

Track 1; Soccer 2,3,4; 
French Club. 



Raymond Letterie 
58 Sears Avenue 

RayBees . . . "Oh my 
God" . . . "eeeeee" . . . 
Remembers the Rez, 
Breakhart 75 . . . Mr. 
Conn, Ms. Caffery, and 
Mrs. May . . . Hobbies 
include tennis, baseball, 
football and track. 

Track. 



John B. Lewis, Jr. 

41 Grandview Avenue 

Enjoys playing golf and 
baseball . . . hopes to be 
an accountant. 

Tennis; Ping Pong Club; 
Bridge Club. 



Angela Liakos 

96 Malvern Street 
Little Ange . . . "It's re- 
ally not true, Poo!" . . . 
Memories of "Freddie" 
. . . Getting G.H. tickets 
with N.P., Concerts with 
LU and POO, 57 Garage 
. . . C.V.S. with P.P., 
J.M., K.G., and M.K. . . . 
and those endless nights at 
T.D.'s in Miss Norwood's 
A block psychology class 
with D.C. and M.C. . . . 
Listens to the Beach Boys 
and George Harrison . . . 
College with P.P. 
Powder Puff. 



Jane Meredith Lickly 
109 Sewall Wood Road 
"No act of kindness, no 
matter how small, is ever 
wasted." — Aesop . . . 
Memories of Biology and 
Mr. Hodgekins with J.C. 
. . . football games . . . 
Shakespeare with Mr. 
Cooper . . . Apes with 
Mr. Brown . . . the Jr. 
Prom . . . 2/1/74 and T.L. 
. . . Favorite class and 
teacher — Algebra II with 
Mr. Mclntyre . . . Likes to 
sail, cook, and go to good 
parties . . . college and 
enjoying life. 

Modern Dance Club; 
Gourmet Cooking Club; 
Honor Society; Tri-Hi-Y; 
Bridge Club; Powder Puff. 





James Linsky 
193 Laurel Street 
Linsk . . . Remembers 
Mr. Falkenstein and 
Graphic Arts . . . Hobbies 
include work . . . working 
in the field of Graphic 
Arts. 

Football 1,2; Track 1. 



Eileen M. Lloyd 
171 Laurel Street 

"To have a friend is to 
be one" . . . Remembers 
summer of '75 with Lori 
. . . good friends . . . 
February vacation . . . 
Psychology with Mr. Dris- 
coll . . . Favorite song — 
"Southern Man" . . . 
Likes to play tennis and to 
ski . . . college. 

Pep Club; G.A.A.; Tri- 
Hi-Y; Powder Puff. 



Deborah Ann 
Longmuir 
Debbie . . . "Oh 
Wow!" . . . Remembers 
fondly the summer of '75 
with Dave . . . Maine 
. . . First lunch with M.E., 
J.B., D.C. and D.B. . . . 
Psychology with Mr. Dris- 
coll . . . Led Zeppelin 
. . . Enjoys horseback rid- 
ing, going to concerts and 
partying . . . Business 
school. 



Diane Marie 
Longmuir 

Di . . . "Really" . . . 
Remembers summer of '74 
with Chug . . . Summer 
of '75 . . . Partying with 
Ricky . . . Spanish with 
Mr. Riccio . . . "One Way 
Out" . . . Enjoys art and 
horseback riding . . . 
Business school. 



Francis G. LoPilato 
89 Lynde St. 

Lappy . . . "You seri- 
ous!" . . . Remembers 
partying with the guys 
. . . Psychology with Mr. 
Driscoll and English with 
Miss Werneth ... J. Giels 
Band . . . W.J. ... En- 
joys playing soccer, base- 
ball, and partying . . . Fu- 
ture plans include going to 
a coed college. 

Wrestling 2,3, Co- 
Captain 4; Soccer 2,3,4; 
Golf 3,4; Italian Club, 
President 4. 



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Inge Loth 

75 Hawes Ave. 
Dickey . . . "Really" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
the summer of '74 . . . 
good times partying with 
Friends . . . Listens to 
Pink Floyd, Fleetwood 
Mac and the Allman 
Brothers . . . concerts. 



Paul E. Lovejoy, Jr. 
43 W. Highland Ave. 
Lovejuice . . . "Think 
positive" . . . Remembers 
the Wakefield Senior Prom 
. . . Deb '75 . . . Science 
with Mr. Bono . . . Enjoys 
the song "Wooden Ships" 
. . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, 
and Young . . . Pastimes 
include stamps, hockey 
and soccer . . . Law of- 
ficer. 

Cross Country; Tennis. 



Michael L. Lyle 
62 Richardson Rd. 

Finnsta . . . Memories 
of V.D.'s Cellar . . . get- 
ting away on weekends 
. . . the Cape . . . Mr. 
Squatrito . . . Favorite 
performers — EL. P. and 
Bruce Springsteen . . . Fu- 
ture plans include college. 

Football 1,2,4. 



James J. Lynch 

160 N. Woodcrest Dr. 

Mob . . . "What?" . . . 
Remembers partying with 
the gang . . . summer of 
'75 . . . good times at the 
Cape with J.S. and G.S. 
. . . U.S. History with 
Dan August . . . "Rock Me 
On The Water" . . . col- 
lege. 

Baseball 1-4; Basketball 
1-4; Cross Country 1; 
French Club; Biology 
dub. 



Mary Macaluso 
"Never try to be any- 
thing but what you are, 
and try to be that per- 
fectly." . . . good times 
with J. and J. . . . Allman 
Brothers concert . . . Cape 
Cod . . . Hampton '75 
. . . Rambling Man . . . 
Mr. Hodgkins — Modern 
History. 




Anthony J. Maccario, 

Jr. 

136 Trenton St. 

Tony . . . "Alright!" 
. . . "Do unto others as 
you would have others do 
unto you." . . . Memories 
of M. and F. . . . Cross 
Country champs . . . Se- 
nior Prom . . . the new 
school . . . senior year 
. . . Beach Boys . . . 
music . . . Ping Pong . . . 
Remembers Mr. Grant's 
Math class . . . college. 

LOG Subscription Edi- 
tor; Cross Country 2,3, 
Co-Captain 4; Indoor 
Track 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 
2,3,4; Scholarship Drive 
2,4; French Club 4; Stu- 
dent Government. 



Michael MacDonald 
289 Laurel St. 
Mac . . . Remembers 
favorite class with Miss 
Osepchuk . . . Favorite 
hobbies include riding 
motorcross and partying 
. . . Future plans include 
college. 



Susan C. MacDonald 

17 Ashmont Pk. 

Sue . . . "You wouldn't 
believe it!" . . . "Rain is 
everyone's tears they keep 
inside." . . . Memories 
include S.D.O.B., down 
the Cape with Burnie . . . 
beach house with Merry 
. . . good times with R. V., 
J.W., C.V., B.K. and D.J. 
... The Knoll . . . Cap- 
tain Gene's boat . . . Psy- 
chology with Miss Nor- 
wood . . . "My Sweet 
Lady" . . . Aerosmith 
. . . Allman Brothers con- 
certs . . . sewing . . . par- 
tying . . . guitar . . . 
friends . . . Plans include 
fashion designing. 

Modern Dance; Powder 
Puff. 



Bruce MacDougall 

42 Oakland St. 
"I'll take someone over 
here." . . . Remembers 
Niagra Falls . . . nylon 
. . . R.A.D. . . . flaring 
chicken fingers . . . Leigh 
. . . misfire to J. ... 
Chemistry with Miss 
Osepchuck . . . Favorite 
performer — Queen . . . 
"Keep Yourself Alive" 
. . . found working at 
Garniss. Plans include 
Business. 



Jennifer E. Maclntyre 
92 Mooreland Rd. 

Jenn . . . "and that 
idae" . . . "Just because 
you're paranoid that 
doesn't mean they're not 
out to get you." . . . 
Memories of the concert at 
Schaeffer Stadium 6/29/75 
. . . fun times with 
friends . . . Favorite 
group — Chicago . . . 
Plans to attend college 
majoring in science or 
engineering. 

IMPRINT Staff 2, Adver- 
tising Editor 3, Literary 
Editor 4; French Club, 
Treasurer 2, President 3; 
French Tutor 3; Honor So- 
ciety 4; Biology Club 4. 



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Linda Maclachlan 
40 Holland Rd. 

Little Lulu . . . life- 
saver . . . "to the beach" 
. . . "A friend is a present 
you give yourself." . . . 
Remembers Wingarsheek 
. . . parties at castle and 
pub . . . Rainbow . . . 
W.A. and Grand Assembly 
. . . Deta Alpha Gamma 
. . . L.R.Y. retreats . . . 
S.B. . . . Beach Boys . . . 
Enjoys sailing . . . Future 
plans include college. 

S.S.M.; Pep Club; 
G.A.A.; French Club; 
Rainbow; Kappa; L.R.Y.; 
Tri-Hi-Y; Scholarship 
Drive; LOG; Powder Puff. 



Daryl MacLeod 
5 Leonard Rd. 

Memories of Hockey 
Town . . . down Vin's 
. . . Remembers Mr. 
Glynn's English class . . . 
Emerson, Lake and Palmer 
. . . Rod Stewart . . . Fu- 
ture plans include college. 

Hockey 1-4; J.V. Soccer 
2. 



Glen MacWilliams 
93 Lynde St. 

Memories of partying 
. . . English '75 with Mr. 
Champi ... J. Geils Band 
. . . scuba diving . . . 
fishing and camping . . . 
concerts . . . Plans to go 
into the Air Force. 



Susan Maffie 
233 Vinton St. 

Sue . . . "What do you 
want to do?" . . . Re- 
members summer of '73 
. . . Softball at Pine Banks 
. . . The Prince . . . the 
Rosey with P.L., A.P., J.D. 
and T.D. . . . Psychology 
with Miss Norwood . . . 
"Stairway to Heaven" En- 
joys Y.F. . . . horseback 
riding . . . getting rowdie 
at football games . . . 
Plans to attend Business 
School. 

Pep Club; G.A.A.; 
Softball 3,4; I.W.S.; Vol- 
leyball; Powder Puff. 



Georgia L. Maguire 

353 Grove St. 

Gigi . . . "Oh, my God 
you guys, I'm so embras- 
sed." . . . Memories of 
Mt. Hood 73-76 . . . best 
times with K.A., F.P., 
D.B. . . . Hood Gang . . . 
L.P. pride and joy . . . 
good ganders in smoking 
area 74-75 . . . "We'll just 
comb the city until we find 
it." . . . Favorite song — 
"Could It Be Magic" . . . 
Enjoys concerts . . . Plans 
to attend college. 

Tumbling Team 3,4; 
Powder Puff. 




Michael Kevin 

Mahoney 
74 Sycamore Rd. 

Doc . . . "What a bum- 
mer" . . . "Time spent 
wasted, isn't wasted 
time." . . , Fond memo- 
ries of the summer of '75 
with Anne . . . parties at 
the "Hood" and Rotary 
. . . Latin with "Pa" . . . 
Ian Anderson . . . "Thick 
As A Brick" . . . partying 
. . . Future plans include 
dentistry. 

Wrestling 2,3,4. 



Maureen Malley 
49 Holland Rd. 
Moe . . . "Oh wow" 
. . . Remembers cruising 
in "the cuddle mobile" 
with the gang . . . good 
times with Mec and Nanc 
. . . Business classes with 
S.C. . . . Favorite song — 
"You've Got A Friend" 
. . . lots of laughs at Cer- 
ra's . . . "Einstein" . . . 
Future includes the Air 
Force. 



Diane Mallon 
25 Youle St. 

"There is only one suc- 
cess — to be able to spend 
your life in your own 
way." . . . Memories of 
Tri-Hi-Y 5/18/73 ... ma- 
jorettes . . . brunches . . . 
rallies . . . summer of '75 
and good times with 
friends . . . loves Hockey 
. . . 2/15/75 . . . Future 
plans include Special Edu- 
cation. 

Majorettes 3,4; LOG 
Photography Staff; Powder 
Puff; G.A.A.; Pep Club; 
French Club; Ski Club; 
Tri-Hi-Y; Kappa; Pal Club. 



Arthur Malm 
39 Fairview Ave. 
Arty . . . "You should 
have been there!" . . . 
Remembers the summer of 
'75 . . . partying . . . 
Chemistry with Mr. Reilly 
. . . Aerosmith . . . Tull 
. . . Enjoys tennis, bas- 
ketball, work, music . . . 
Future includes college. 

Track; Tennis; Tutoring; 
Honor Society; Chess 
dub; Band. 



Janice Maranto 
122 Rowe St. 
Jan . . . Remembers 10/ 
22/74 . . . Bobby P. . . . 
4/17/75 . . . New Year's 
Eve . . . talks with Cheryl 
and Jackie . . . parties up 
Mt. Hood . . . summer of 
'73 . . . "Stairway to 
Heaven" . . . "Time in a 
Bottle" . . . Alice Cooper 
. . . Enjoys motorcycle 
riding with Irene. 



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Denise M. 
Markelionis 
47 Windsor St. 
"Bummer" ... "I am I, 
you are you." . . . Favo- 
rite class — Psychology 
with Mr. Driscoll . . . En- 
joys listening to Eagles 
and Beach Boys . . . 
sports . . . college. 

Library work; Powder 
Puff. 



Jane Markham 

58 Orient Ave. 

Memories of 9/22/74 . . . 
K.K.'s parties . . . sleep 
overs . . . Gloucester . . . 
Jr. Prom with D.M. . . . 
Winter Ball . . . football 
games . . . "The Sunshine 
of My Life" . . . Future 
plans include college. 

Sophomore Class Trea- 
surer; Junior Class Vice 
President; Track; Student 
Government Day Comm.; 
LOG Advertising Editor. 



Martha Jane Martin 

41 Goss Ave. 
Marth . . . "Sure!" . . . 
"Love means never having 
to say you're sorry." . . . 
Memories of good times 
with J.F. . . . school musi- 
cals . . . trip to Me. '75 
. . . Music with Mr. Gag- 
non and Mr. Messina . . . 
"Could It Be Magic" . . . 
Enjoys horseback riding 
. . . pianl . . . bringing 
home animals . . . Future 
Plans include the airlines 
. . . Operating Room As- 
sistant. 

School Musicals 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; 
Powder Puff; Volleyball 4. 



David J. Masel 
1090 Main St. 

Mase . . . "No way!" 
. . . Memories of down 
the Cape with L.P. . . . 
R.B.'s cellar with the guys 
. . . Mr. Morse's English 
class . . . "picking and 
eating apples" . . . Plans 
to attend college. 

Football 1-4; Basketball 
1,2; Spanish Club. 



Jill Maserian 
33 Sewall Woods Rd. 

Fond memories of great 
friends . . . the girls . . . 
Killer's . . . Lynchie's 
... Jr. Prom . . . donuts 
on the "View" . . . 
Rockport . . . Remembers 
English with Mrs. Keeffe 
. . . Plans to attend Com- 
mercial Arts College. 

Tennis; LOG Layout 
Staff; Honor Society; Pow- 
der Puff; Pep Club; Span- 
ish Club. 




Allison L. Maskell 
15 Parker St. 

Angel ... "I don't be- 
lieve it!" . . . "To every- 
thing there is a season and 
a purpose under heaven." 
. . . Memories of 
Breakhart 75 . . . Eastie 
. . . Graduation '75 . . . 
the T Bird . . . Geometry 
with Mr. Ford . . . "Color 
My World" . . . Enjoys 
playing the piano . . . 
Plans to attend college. 

Drama Club; Glee Club. 



Thomas V. Matteucci 
316 E. Foster St. 
Tooch . . . "Hey pal" 
. . . Remembers the Jr. 
Prom . . . Wakefield Meet 
'75 . . . Physics with Mr. 
Cutting . . . working at 
McD.'s . . . doing starts 
with Mac . . . C.C.D. . . . 
Mr. Hughes' U.S. History 
class . . . Favorite group 

— Chicago . . . Enjoys 
running . . . Future plans 

— college. 

Spring Track 1-4; Winter 
Track 2,3, Co-Capt. 4; 
Cross Country; IMPRINT 
Editor; Italian Club; Pal 
Club. 



Bruce Maxwell 



Robert McBride 
64 School St. 
Mica . . . "Heavy 
metal" . . . Remembers 
5/4/75 ... Mr. Reilly and 
Mr. Studley . . . "Hocus 
Pocus" . . . Memories of 
the "View" . . . Future 
plans include Aviation 
Science. 



Donna M. McCarthy 
34 Rockland St. 
Memories of Mat- 
tapoisett '75 . . . birthday, 
June '75 ... Cooking 
class . . . Mrs. Waterbury 
. . . the beach . . . being 
with Jim . . . Looks for- 
ward to marriage in '78. 



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Daniel J. McCormack 
131 W. Wyoming Ave. 
Fond memories of 
9/22/74 . . . Ray's Bar and 
Grill . . . Winter Ball . . . 
Jr. Prom with J.M. . . . 
Plans for the future in- 
clude college. 

Football 1,2,3, Captain 
4; Baseball 1,2,3; Basket- 
ball 1,2. 



Richard McCoy 
187 E. Woodcrest Dr. 
Rickie . . . Remembers 
French with Mrs. De- 
Dominico . . . Enjoys 
playing hockey . . . fish- 
ing . . . water-skiing at 
Plum Island. 



Kathleen McGee 

270 First St. 

Kathie . . . "Decent" 
. . . "As ye rip so shall ye 
be ripped/' . . . Remem- 
bers camping at "Mi-Te- 
Jo's" . . . Rainbow — 
Grand Assembly ... Jr. 
study . . . Mr. Hum- 
phreys . . . Mr. Riccio 
. . . Enjoys the Beach 
Boys . . . "Wouldn't It Be 
Nice" . . . Cat Stevens 
. . . "Father and Son" 
. . . candy striping . . . 
water-skiing . . . swim- 
ming . . . Plans to attend 
college. 

Pep Club; Glee Club; 
Spanish Club; Gourmet 
Cooking Club; Powder 
Puff; Rainbow; Tri-Hi-Y. 



ncy 

387 Washington St. 
Fondly remembers the 
summer of '75 . . . poor 
Dudley's and the Cape 
. . . partying at K.P.'s and 
Saturday nights over 
Moby's . . . cruising in 
Moby's mill . . . Favorite 
teacher is Mr. Hughes . . . 
"One Way Out". 



Jacquelyn McGurn 
71 Hillside Ave. 

Jackie . . . Fondly re- 
members 1/3/75 and the 
parties in Medford . . . 
Salisbury with Irene, af- 
ternoons at J.M.'s . . . 
Wednesday nights . . . 
Enjoys reading . . . Plans 
to become a secretary. 







Andrew Home 
McLain 

139 Sewall Woods Rd. 

Andy . . . Remembers 
going to Provincetown in 
August and the sunsets in 
Provincetown . . . Span- 
ish with Mr. Hand and 
Geometry with Mr. LaRosa 
. . . B. Manilow . . . En- 
joys watching sports . . . 
Future plans include col- 
lege and maybe the Navy. 



Sharon McNamara 
16 Penney Hill Rd. 

Mac . . . "You know" 
. . . Remembers the 
summer of '73 with D.H. 
. . . summer of '75 . . . 
D.H., D.C., P.D., ML. 
and R.C. . . . Favorite 
teacher is Mrs. Waterbury 
. . . "Lucky Man" . . . 
Emerson, Lake and Palmer 
. . . Plans to be a hair 
styler. 



Kathy McNary 
263 W. Wyoming Ave. 
"Wicked funny" . . . 
"Don't worry about it." 
-. . . Memories of the 
summer of '74 . . . Labor 
Day weekends with S.D. 
. . . Goobs . . . M.Y.F. 
ski weekends and retreats 
. . . Beach Boy — Chicago 
Concert . . . "The Boxer" 
. . . Plans to attend col- 
lege. 

LOG Subscription Staff; 
French Club 2; Powder 
Puff; Rainbow. 



Kathleen McNeil 
30 Ardsmoor Rd. 

Kung . . . "Come on, 
you guys!" . . . Remem- 
bers summers in Scituate 
. . . field hockey . . . 
track . . . Memories of 
Mr. Ganley . . . Mr. Burr's 
U.S. History class . . . Fu- 
ture plans include college. 

Field Hockey 2,3,4; 
Track 2,3,4; G.A.A.; 
Honor Society 3; Pep 
Club; Gymnastics Manag- 



Charles McPherson 



131 



Cathy Ann 
McSweeny 
14 Enmore Rd. 

Mc . . . "All people are 
insane. They'll do any- 
thing at anytime and God 
help those who look for 
reasons." . . . 10/13/74 
. . . Gloucester . . . 
7/28/75 . . . Quacky Duck 
. . . Glendale Park . . . 
Squibo's parties . . . T.C. 
and Kybo . . . Tom Rush 
. . . Remembers Mr. De- 
Teso . . . Future plans in- 
clude death. 

Debate; THISTLE, Liter- 
ary Editor 3; IMPRINT, 
News Editor 4. 



Joan Eileen Meader 
159 Forest St. 
Joansie . . . "Oh wow" 
. . . "Cut the clowning." 
. . . Memories of skiing 
. . . Winter of '74 and '75 
. . . hiking and camping 
in Chicago '75 . . . Re- 
members Miss Osepchuk's. 
Chemistry class . . . En- 
glish with Mr. Trubisz and 
Spanish with Mr. Hand 
. . . Enjoys Motorcycling 
. . . talking . . . Plans to 
attend college. 

Basketball; Softball; Vol- 
leyball; Field Hockey. 



Suzanne Louise 

Meehan 

160 Howard St. 

Sue . . . Spain '75 . . . 

skiing . . . great times 

with Rhonda, K.R. and 

friends . . . "eastie" . . . 

Remembers Mr. Dodge's 

Aviation class . . . Mr. 

LaRosa . . . Elton John 

. . . "Your Song" . . . 

traveling . . . skiing . . . 

talking . . . Future plans 

possibly include the Air 

Force. 



Anne F. Miliotis 
77 Glen St. 

"Ohhhh!" . . . "Today 
is the first day of the rest 
of your life." . . . Fond 
memories of time spent 
with Mike . . . brunches 
. . . Chemistry with Mr. 
Reilly . . . Moody Blues 
. . . "For My Lady" . . . 
Enjoys dancing . . . Plans 
to attend college. 

Gymnastics 2,3; Cheer- 
ing 3,4; G.A.A.; Modern 
Dance 2. 



John Robert Moir 

15 Lodge Ave. 
J.B. on the Rocks . . . 
"What's happening?" . . . 
"Do your own thing." 
. . . Memories of Salis- 
bury Beach . . . summer 
of '75 . . . Merrimack Col- 
lege . . . Remembers U.S. 
History with Mr. Connolly 
. . . "Dance With Me'' 
. . . Rolling Stones . . . 
loves to cruise . . . Future 
plans — Hotel Manage- 
ment. 




Nicholas K. Moise 

30 Summer St. 
Moizie . . . Remembers 
weekends with the guys 

food times in High 
. . . partying . . . 
Chemistry with Mr. Reilly 
. . . the Neighborhood 
. . . Enjoys baseball . . . 
soccer . . . parties. 

Basketball 2; Baseball 
1-4; Soccer 3,4; French 
Club. 



David P. Mongeau 

284 First St. 

Peter . . . "This is 
gonna be a good issue." 
. . . Memories of Junior 
Prom . . . missing dead- 
lines . . . "Cool off, 
Cooper" . . . working at 
Wellwood's . . . S.P.I. 
. . . summer of '75 at 
Syracuse . . . Remembers 
English with Mrs. Keeffe 
. . . "Both Sides Now" 
. . . Enjoys tennis . . . 
Plans to attend college. 

Tennis; IMPRINT: 

THISTLE. 



Peter John Mongeau 
284 First St. 

David . . . "What you 
hear is what you get." 
. . . "Fair is foul" . . . 
Remembers the Junior 
Prom . . . U. Mass. '74 
Sister Kate's Place . . . 
Wellwood's . . . Favorite 
class — Kindergarten . . . 
F.T.F. . . . "River Deep, 
Mountain High" by Tina 
. . . Enjoys gorging . . . 
Future plans include col- 
lege. 

French Club; Debate; 
IMPRINT; LOG Layout 
Staff. 



Joanne Mooney 

18 South Ave. 

Joan . . . "Really?" . . . 
"You can't always get 
what you want." . . . 
Memories of 11/16/73 . . . 
Florida '75 with H.W., 
M.C., D.C. . . . Junior 
Prom . . . Scituate with 
D.F. . . . 8/9/75 camping 
. . . M.C. Prom ... Mr. 
Connolly's U.S. History 
class . . . Allman Brothers 
concert with D.F., D.D. 
and L.M. . . . Enjoys ski- 
ing . . . good times with 
H.W., D.D., K.P. . . . 
"Whitey" . . . Bermuda 
'76 . . . Future plans are 
traveling and college. 

G.A.A .; Powder Puff. 



Susan L. Morello 
40 Sylvan St. 

"The road to success is 
dotted with many rest 
areas." . . . Memories of 
the summer of '75 with 
P.B. . . . Favorite teacher 
— Mr. Deteso . . . 
Chicago . . . "Colour My 
WorlcT . . . Plans to at- 
tend college. 



132 



Theresa A. Morley 

320 Upham St. 
Memories of Pluck Sis- 
ters . . . wonderful 
sandwich . . . breakfast at 
Mc's . . . rising trot . . . 
"My Circle of Friends" 
. . . Remembers Mr. 
Morse . . . Mr. Hughes 
. . . picking topeddle's 
feet. 



Corinne A. Morris 
9 Harding Rd. 

"In trying times, never 
quit trying." . . . Re- 
members good times with 
good friends . . . Psyche 
signs '75 . •. . S.S. . . . 
D.J. . . . summers at 
Camp Nokomis . . . twirl- 
ing . . . brunches . . . ral- 
lies . . . Chemistry with 
Ms. Gallager . . . Beach 
Boys . . . Enjoys water- 
skiing . . . tennis . . . 
Plans to attend college. 

Majorettes; Tennis 

Team; Honor Society; 
G.A.A.; Modern Dance; 
Ski Club; Mt. Climbing 
Club; Winter Ball Comm. 



Susan Morrison 
343 E. Foster St. 

Sue . . . "That's really 
good." . . . Memories of 
the summer of '74 . . . 
good times with CD. and 
K.D. and Uncle ... Art 
with Mr. Squatie . . . 
"Holding On To Yester- 
day" . . . Enjoys parties 
. . . drawing . . . cruising 
with CD. . . . Hopes to 
attend Art School. 

G.A.A. 



Jean M. Morrissey 
40 Prospect St. 

"To each his own." . . . 
"Everything Is Beautiful In 
Its Own Way" . . . 
Canada . . . one construc- 
tive Thanksgiving night 
. . . sailing with O.C 
. . . The three J's . . . 
good times with J.R., J.L., 
L.P. and friends . . . the 
Jr. Prom . . . good ol' days 
. . . Enjoys camping, 
canoeing, Mt. climbing 
and biking . . . Future in- 
cludes college. 

G.A.A.; Powder Puff. 



Paul J. Mortimer 
46 Sycamore Rd. 

"Take a break." . . . 
"Getting high all the time, 
hope you all are too" . . . 
Remembers Lovell Lake 
. . . N.H. . . . Rotary 
... the Hood . . . 
D.E.C.A. with Mr. Quinn 
. . . Floyd, the Who . 
C.S.N.Y. . . . B.T.O. . 
T.Y.A. . . . Bowie . 
Yes . . . Aerosmith . 
Zepplin ... J. Geils . 
Plans to attend college. 

Wrestling 2,3. 








Susan Mugherini 
65 Norman Rd. 

Mug . . . Memories of 
Soph, year — girl's room 
. . . partying down the 
Knoll . . . Subaru . . . 
good times with B.M. . . . 
friends . . . work. 

Ski Club 2; LOG Staff. 



Joan Mulcahy 

54 Bay State Rd. 

Joanie . . . "What are 
we gonna do?" . . . Mem- 
ories of Tuesday night 
. . . Prince . . . 6/29/75 
. . . Pat's Peak with C.S. 
and N.H. . . . summer of 
'73 . . . The Greenwood 
School . . . Crosby, Stills, 
Nash, and Young . . . Cat 
Stevens "But I Might Die 
Tonight" . . . Enjoys 
camping, skiing, 

backpacking and skating 
. . . working at Gallahue's 
. . . Plans to go on to col- 
lege. 

Pep Club; C.Y.O.; G.S. 



Linda Muldowney 
247 Porter St. 

"Are you sure?" . . . 
Remembers the summer in 
Ireland . . . concerts . . . 
the golf course . . . times 
shared with friends . . . 
Enjoys camping, biking, 
listening to music . . . 
Plans include college. 

G.A.A.; Scholarship 
Drive; Powder Puff. 



Dominic J. Murphy 
65 Clinton Rd. 
Dom . . . Remembers 
working at the "Hood" 
. . . English with Mr. 
Morse . . . Enjoys sports 
. . . Plans include college. 
Baseball; Basketball 2; 
Tennis 2-4, Captain 3. 



Edward Murphy 

8 Orient PI. 
Ed ... Remembers 
classes with Mr. Blanchard 
. . . Plans to attend col- 
lege. 

Golf 2,3,4; Hockey 1,2. 



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John Michael 

Murphy 
65 E. Wyoming Ave. 

Murph . . . "Are we re- 
ally lost?" . . . "You know 
it." . . . Memories of the 
'66 Valiant . . . cruisin' 
with Buzz and P.K. . . . 
(c. 45's) . . . F5. vs. L. 
. . . Remembers Mr. Pea- 
body . . . Black Sabbath 
. . . sailing . . . having a 
good time. 

Spring Track; Hockey. 



Kevin Murphy 
15 Country Club Rd. 
Murph . . . "Beeill" 
. . . "Hang it." ... Re- 
members M.W.H. . . . the 
neighborhood . . . 

Coolidge School . . . 
Weirs . . . Bellevue . . . 
Burlington . . . Mr. Cut- 
ting's Physics class . . . 
Cat Stevens — "The 
Wind" . . . Hobbies in- 
clude street hockey, 
cruisin', beers, munchin' 
. . . Plans to go on to col- 
lege. 

Volleyball; Mt. Climbing 
dub. 



Lynne Ann Murphy 
2 Walnut St. 
Murph . . . "Decent!" 
. . . "Today is the tomor- 
row you worried about 
yesterday." . . . Remem- 
bers the summer of '75, 
camping at Weirs Beach 
and the Berkshires . . . 
Bookkeeping with Mr. 
Roberts . . . Aerosmith 
concerts . . . "Stairway to 
Heaven" . . . Enjoys par- 
tying, camping and 



friends. 
I.W.S.. 



Powder Puff. 



Vice President; 



Mary Ann Murphy 
43 Argyle St. 

"Where are we going 
today?" . . . Memories of 
Junior year and getting a 
Class ring . . . Mr. Hum- 
phreys . . . Elton John 
. . . Enjoys biking and 
sports . . . camping at the 
Cape. 

Cafeteria and Library 
Duty. 



Matthew Murphy 
79 Russell St. 

Matt . . . "What can I 
say?" . . . Remembers the 
Jr. Prom with J.K. ... 
English with Mr. Morse 
. . . Elton John . . . Pas- 
times include photogra- 
phy, chess, sports and col- 
lecting stamps . . . Favo- 
rite song is "You Are The 
Sunshine Of My Life". 

Chess; Basketball 2,3,4; 
Ping Pong; Demolay, Mas- 
ter Coun.; Little League 
Baseball Manager; IM- 
PRINT 3. 




Nicholas Murphy 
34 Vine St. 

Nick . . . "Really?" . . . 
Memories of the'"Vue" 
and V.D.'s cellar . . . the 
Cape with B.C., MB., 
K.O.B. and R.A. . . . 
Cape Ann . . . New Year's 
Eve '73 . . . Favorite 
group is Santana . . . 
Plans to attend college. 

Hockey 2,3,4; Soccer 
2,3,4; Jr. Prom Comm. 



Jessica L. Nasson 
20 E. Emerson St. 

Jess . . . "Take time to 
laugh ... It is the music 
of the soul." . . . Remem- 
bers Killington '74 . . . 
classes and D.E. with D.H. 
. . . cheering '74-'75 . . . 
camping in Fryburg, Me 
. . . Chemistry with Mrs. 
Gallagher . . . friends 
. . . Favorite performers 
— C.S.N, and Y. . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Cheerleading 3; Field 
Hockey 2,3,4; Gymnastics 
2,3,4; Track 2,3; Jr. Prom 
Comm.; G.A.A. 



Michael A. Nee, Jr. 

35 Prospect St. 
Mikey . . . "What'd you 
do that for?" . . . "Each to 
his own." . . . Remem- 
bers "Jaws", the Topsfield 
Fair and nails . . . English 
with Mrs. Prescott and 
U.S. History with Mr. Au- 
gust . . . Mr. Brown . . . 
Favorite song is "Good 
Vibrations" by the Beach 
Boys . . . Hobbies include 
water and snow skiing, 
guns and sleeping . . . Fu- 
ture plans include college 
and a career in law en- 
forcement. 

Winter Track 1-4; Spring 
Track 1-4; Volleyball; Av- 
iation Club. 



Lynne C. Nelson 

15 Pine St. 
"All things must pass." 
. . . Fondly remembers 
the friend found in D.M., 
6-28, 9-27, 10-11 ... a 
clear night at Castle Rock 
. . . Favorite song is 
"Could It Be Magic" . . . 
Hopes to achieve a feeling 
of completeness ... "I am 
what I know myself to be, 
not always as others see 
me." 



Martha G. Nelson 

33 Reading Hill Ave. 

"Now that I know I'm 
no wiser than anyone else, 
does this wisdom make 
me wiser?" . . . Remem- 
bers Crestview, French 
Fries, I.H.A. Banquets 
and Hanson . . . "Is any 
body behind me?" . . 
good times with C.F., J.D. 
L.P. and M.S. . . 
Algebra with Mr. Mclntyre 
... the Beatles ... En- 
joys riding and working 
with horses . . . Future 
includes continued educa- 
tion concerning horses. 

Rainbow. 



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Lori Anne Newell 
108 Pearl St. 

"Decent" . . . "Tis be- 
tter to have tried and 
failed than not to have 
tried at all." . . . Fondly 
remembers the times spent 
with D.B., L.H., and C.A. 
. . . Biology with Mr. 
Schott . . . Favorite song 
is "Don't Let the Sun Go 
Down On Me" . . . Hob- 
bies include karate . . . 
college ahead for Physical 
Education. 

Field Hockey; Basket- 
ball; Volleyball; G.A.A.; 
Biology Club; Powder 
Puff. 



Susan Newton 
85 Whitman Ave. 

The Wall, Susie-Q . . . 
"Check!" . . . Remembers 
S.Q.'s, B.L., S.L., and C.S. 
Lounge . . . Biology with 
Ms. Hajec . . . Pastimes 
include gymnastics, skat- 
ing, reading and swim- 
ming . . . college ahead. 

Tumbling Team; French 
Club; G.A.A.; Medical 
Exploring Prog. 



Robert M. Nichols, 

Jr. 

101 Hillside Ave. 

Nick . . . "Block your 
ears." . . . Memories of 
"The Gang", Breakhart '75 
and Res . . . Language 
Arts with Ms. Moran . . . 
listens to Jethro Tull . . . 
Enjoys skiing, swimming 
and camping . . . Hopes 
to continue education. 

Swim Team. 



Gregory M. Nikitin 
57 Laurel St. 

Nick . . . Remembers 
the summer of '73 up Mt. 
Hood . . . Chemistry with 
Miss Osepchuk . . . Pas- 
times include cars, skating 
and skiing . . . Plans to 
become a lawyer. 

Hockey 1,2,3; Baseball 
1,2. 



Paula Marie Nolan 

372 E. Foster St. 

"Excellent" . . . Fondly 
remembers Susan's front 
steps . . . playing tennis 
at the Common . . . 
Am'erst with J.F. . . . 
blueberry muffins and 
cheering '74-75 . . . likes 
LONG weekends . . . 
good parties and close 
friends . . . the Beach 
Boys . . . college ahead. 

Class Representative 2,3; 
Cheerleading 3; LOG 
Literary Editor; Honor So- 
ciety; Tennis; Pep Club; 
Homeroom Representa- 
tive; Student Government 
Day. 




Thomas Carl 
Nordberg 
23 Lovell Rd. 
"Decent" . . . "Baby, 
cut him down." . . . Re- 
members the Y.M.C.A.'s 
Leaders group hike with 
some friends . . . History 
with Mr. Connolly . . . 
Aerosmith . . . Enjoys 
swimming, boating and 
diving . . . Plans to go to 
college for oceanography. 
Swimming. 



John William 
Norman 
45 Spear St. 
Big John . . . Enjoys 
hunting, fishing, water 
and snow skiing and 
snowmobiling . . . Avia- 
tion with Don Dodge . . . 
the Bee Gee's . . . Plans to 
be a pilot in the Air Force 
with an Aeronautical En- 
gineering degree. 
Demolay. 



Robert Nunes 
10 Waverly PI. 
Nunzie . . . Remembers 
partying at the pond . . . 
Favorite teacher is Miss 
Brown . . . Enjoys Alvin 
Lee . . . Pastimes include 
camping and partying . . . 
Future plans include 
D.I.M.C. 



Kevin J. Nunley 
183 Laurel St. 
Mid . . . "Let's get 
some action." . . . Memo- 
ries of New York . . . lis- 
tens to J. Geils. 



Dennis J. O'Brien 
Warwick Rd. 

O'Bie . . . Remembers 
the summer of '74 . . . Mr. 
Studley's Related Auto 
class . . . "School's Out" 
. . . Enjoys mt. climbing 
and swimming . . . Plans 
include college. 

Football 1,2; Wrestling 
1,2. 



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Karen E. O'Brien 

14 Simonds Rd. 

"Ditch" . . . "To have a 
friend is to be one." . . . 
Remembers 9/1 .. . New 
Year's Eve . . . summer of 
75 . . . the day at Ellen's 
. . . the yellowbird . . . 
Monty . . . Math with Mr. 
LaRosa . . . Plans to go on 
to college. 

Modern Dance; Ski 
Club; G.A.A.; Powder 
Puff; Tennis. 



John A. O'Donnell 

4 Waverly PI. 

Johnny . . . "Oh, boy!" 
. . . Enjoyed the old Mel- 
rose High School . . . Mr. 
Patterson ... "I Got A 
Name" . . . track . . . 
Plans to join the U.S. 
Marines. 

Track 3,4. 



Linus C. O'Donnell 
33 Ardsmoor Rd. 

"Keep your face to the 
sun and the shadows will 
fall far behind." . . . Re- 
members the summers of 
74 and 75 . . . Chemistry 
with Mrs. Gallager . . . 
Enjoys reading . . . 
weight lifting . . . Future 
plans include college. 

Football 1,2,4; Hockey 2; 
Winter Track 4; Track 3,4; 
French Club; Pal Club. 



John O'Hara 
403 Grove St. 

Memories of the sum- 
mer of 75 in N.H. . . . 
Mr. Burr's U.S. History 
class . . . Enjoys all sports 
. . . Plans to major in Ac- 
counting at college. 

Soccer 2,3, Captain 4; 
Baseball; French Club. 



Barbara Grace O'Neil 

271 W. Wyoming Ave. 

Barb . . . "What lies in 
the future is a mystery to 
us all." . . . Remembers 
"The Midnight Ride" . . . 
Jacob's Ladder ... '63 Vet 
. . . "Wildfire" ... En- 
joys eating and having a 
good time . . . Plans to at- 
tend Business School in 
July. 

G.A.A.; Pep Club; Busi- 
ness Club; Gourmet Cook- 
ing Club. 




Patricia O'Neill 
153 E. Emerson St. 
Patti . . . Memories of 
summers at Hampton with 
M.R. and J.O. . . . "J" 
Street . . . 71 . . . party- 
ing with J.M. and J.R. . . . 
Spanish with Mr. Riccio 
74-75 . . . Neil Young 
. . . biking . . . partying 
. . . Plans to attend col- 
lege. 



Joseph W. Orender 

48 Henry Ave. 
Joe . . . "What's hap- 
pening?" . . . Remembers 
History with Mr. DeTeso 
. . . Auto Shop with Mr. 
Crupi . . . Aerosmith . . . 
working on motorcycles 
. . . Plans to become a 
Diesel Mechanic. 



Marc E. Overlock 
77 Nowell Rd. 

Jock . . . "What's up?" 
. . . "Have a feed." . . . 
Memories of Chicago — 
Beach Boys concert . . . 
Psychology with Mr. Dris- 
coll . . . "Round About" 
. . . Enjoys skiing . . . 
ping pong . . . Plans in- 
clude college and 
Yes in concert. 

Tennis; Ping Pong Club; 
Basketball. 



seeing 



Richard A. Palangi 
8 Leah St. 

Palang . . . Fondest 
memories of 73 . . . Fa- 
vorite teachers are Mr. 
Hughes and Mr. Studley 
. . . Ian Gillan is favorite 
performer . . . Pastimes 
include skiing, skating 
. . . possibly college in 
the future. 



Frank Thomas 
Paolino 

7 Hancock St. 
"Hey!" . . . "Ya know" 
. . . "The world stands 
aside for those who know 
where they are going." 
. . . summer of 75 . . . 
Maine . . . skiing in Ver- 
mont . . . rambling 
around . . . "Tommy" 
. . . Latin with "Pa" . . . 
Pastimes include skiing 
and swimming . . . Fu- 
ture plans include college. 



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Mark Parisi 
22 Clinton Rd. 

Favorite expression — 
"You're kidding me!" . . . 
Memories include Tuc- 
kerman's Ravine with 
O.C., K.P. and D.G. . . . 
Favorite teacher — Ms. 
May . . . Savoy Brown 
. . . camping . . . Future 
plans include the Air 
Force. 

Basketball 1,2,3; Football 
1,2. 



Jean Ann Parsons 
86 Park St. 

Jeannie . . . "Oh, fun.' 
... "If you love some 
thing, let it go free!" . . 
Fondly remembers B.F 
4/16/74 Washington D.C. 
M.Y.F., W.E.I.R.D. . . 
Will always remember 
Psychology with Miss 
Norwood . . . "Tell Me 
Why" . . . Pastimes in- 
clude being with Bum . . . 
Future plans include Secre- 
tarial School. 



Donald Pearson 
10 Rowe St. 

Kuchie . . . "What's 
up?" . . . "Time spent 
wasted is not wasted 
time." . . . Tuckerman's 
Ravine with O'C. and 
M.P. . . . Favorite teach- 
ers are Mr. Hughes and 
Mr. Quinn . . . Favorite 
performer — Marshall 
Tucker Band, "Can't You 
See" . . . shooting pool 
. . . H.B. . . . Future 
plans include the Air Force 
and college. 

Baseball 4; Senior Class 
Vice President. 



Ann Marie Peet 
335 Vinton St. 

Peter . . . "What do you 
want to do?" . . . "L'il 
Papouse, But Boss" . . . 
Will always remember 
2/1/75, Scott . . . Physiol- 
ogy with Mrs. Vahey, 
Algebra with Mr. Macln- 
tyre ... J. Geils and Yes 
are favorite performers 
. . . Pastimes include 
football, softball . . . 
found down Pine Banks 
. . . Future plans — Nurs- 
ing. 

Pep Club; Volleyball 
Team; Powder Puff; I.W.S. 



Susan Pendleton 

10 Keniston Rd. 
Sue . . . "Who, me?" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
the Red Mustang, sum- 
mers in Maine, the beach 
with the bums, burning 
the gymsuit, Rum'n Coke, 
L.R.Y., Watkin'sGlen . . . 
Pete Reilly's Chemistry 
class . . . Favorite per- 
former — Allman Brothers 
Band . . . presently at- 
tending Northeastern Uni- 
versity. 




Frank Penney 



Eileen Perrotti 

38 Mt. Hood Terr. 

Googie . . . "Later — 
much later." . . . Favorite 
quote — "Smile and laugh 
it off." . . . Fondly re- 
members the summer of 
'75, cruising with the 
chicks (L.P., K.A-, G.M.), 
partying up the "Hood", 
private joke with K.B., vis- 
iting M.V. to see D.B., 
"You know", Homeroom 
with the "P's" ... Fa- 
vorite song and performer 
— "Your Song" by Elton 
John . . . Nursing School 
ahead. 

Powder Puff; D.E.C.A. 



Linda Perry 

1 Hill Rd. 

Fondest memories are of 
spending time with J.D. 
and L.L., tower at "The 
Hood", summer of '75 
. . . Favorite class — 
Homeroom with the "P's" 
E.P., L.P. and K.P. . . . 
"The Black Widow", 
"Welcome To My Night- 
mare" . . . Pastimes in- 
clude partying . . . Nurs- 
ing ahead. 

Powder Puff. 



Stephen M. Pica 
127 Whitman Ave. 

Steve . . . "What's up?" 
"Later" . . . Favorite 
quote — "I'll be there 
forever." . . . 6/19/74, first 
went out with Debbie C. 
... Jr. year at M.H.S. 
. . . working down at the 
boat at night . . . fishing 
. . . Favorite classes are 
Physics with Mr. Studley 
and Aviation Science with 
Mr. Dodge . . . Enjoys 
Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, 
Led Zepplin . . . Pastimes 
include skating, water- 
skiing, scuba diving, 
drinking and boating . . . 
college ahead. 

Football 1. 



Stephen E. Pierce 
51 Melrose St. 

"Sure!" . . . Fondest 
memories of Mountain 
Lakes . . . Favorite 
teacher — Mr. Studley 
. . . listening to Aero- 
smith . . . cruisin' and 
partying at Nahant . . . 
Future plans include a ca- 
reer in welding or carpen- 
try. 



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Richard Pigeon 

92 First St. 

Pidge . . . "Get down." 
. . . Favorite quote — 
"Why? Because it's there!" 
. . . Remembers Europe, 
Dana, Johann, Lee and 
Chip . . . listening to big 
bands with Frank . . . 
Favorite class — Stage 
Band with Frank De- 
Giacomo . . . Beach Boys' 
"Little Duece Coupe" . . . 
Enjoys bowling, music 
and model building . . . 
Plans to become a studio 
performer. 

Jazz-Rock Ensemble; 
Band; Orchestra; Brass 
Choir. 



Linda S. Pingiaro 
1 Cottage St. 

Pingee . . . "You 
know." . . . "If that's 
what gets ya high, knock 
yourself out." . . . Re- 
members the summer of 
'75, cruising with chicks 
(G.M., K.A., E.P.) in my 
Chevy rigg! . . . partying 
up the tower ... the trip 
to Canada with the best of 
friends and Miracles . . . 
Favorite songs include 
"Could It Be Magic", 
"Wamma-Jamma-Hard 
Driving Man", "Taking 
Care Of Business" ... J. 
Geils Band . . . Stones 
concert '75 . . . "Doing 
The Wall Street Shuffle". 

Homeroom Representa- 
tive. 



Irene Piques 
37 Richardson Rd. 

I . . . "You think so, 
huh?" . . . Memories of 
CM., fall of '74 . . . 
O.B.M. ... Mr. Quinn, 
D.E.C.A. class . . . 
"Stairway To Heaven" 
. . . Enjoys good parties 
and concerts . . . will 
never forget Canada, 
summer of '73 in Florida 
and the summer of '75 
... for S.H. T.B.B. . . . 
for C.H. C.S.N.A.Y. - 
"Joan's Castle" . . . Plans 
to continue school. 

Modern Dance; Powder 
Puff. 



Eric H. Poehler 
9 Vine St. 

Poehler . . . "Unreal" 
. . . Favorite quote is 
"Smiling faces, black and 
white, they don't look 
real to me, in fact so 
fake." . . . Favorite group 
— The Beatles . . . 
"Strawberry Fields 

Forever" . . . Pastimes in- 
clude mt. climbing . . . 
the Army ahead. 

Football; Track. 



William Pogor 
69 Mt. Vernon St. 
Pog . . . "Gotta 
smoke." . . . Favorite 
quote — "Don't forget that 
number my friend!" . . . 
Fondly remembers 29 W. 
Wyoming St., the garage, 
Molson Ale, H.R. with the 
P's . . . Favorite teacher is 
Ms. May . . . parties . . . 
Future plans include col- 
lege. 

Football; Basketball; Bal- 
let. 




Karen E. Poole 
16 Warren St. 
Etta . . . "Do it up." 
. . . "Baby" . . . "Every 
house is built by some 
man; but he that built all 
things is God." . . . Re- 
members 4/6/74, summer 
of 75, Hood, Whitie with 
J.M., H.W. and D.D., 
M.W.H., 8th grade, War- 
ren Park, Tower, H.R. 
with the P's and one R 
. . . Favorite song is 
"Layla" . . . Nursing 
ahead. 



Steven M. Priddy 
155 Main St. 

"Excellent" . . . "No- 
thing but the best" . . . 
Fondly remembers White 
Mt. and camping out . . . 
"Harmony" by Elton John 
. . . fixing the old Cadillac 
. . . college. 

Football; Hockey; Base- 
ball. 



Cindy May Procopio 
10 Windsor St. 
Cin . . . "Decent!" . . . 
"Really?" . . . "I'm im- 
pressed!" . . . "Yeah!" 
"He who would live, in 
peace and at ease, must 
not speak all he knows, 
nor judge all he sees." 
. . . Friday afternoons at 
2:30 . . . vacations, snow- 
days and weekends . . . 
Mr. Roberts . . . collecting 
stuffed animals and sew- 
ing . . . Enjoys snow 
storms, sincere people 
and especially close 
friends. 



Donna Marie Purdy 
166 Derby Rd. 

Pud . . . "What a 
bummer!" . . . Fondest 
memories of playing 
sports and laughing 
through Psychology with 
Miss Norwood . . . Favo- 
rite classes are French with 
Mrs. Allen and Psychology 
with Miss Norwood . . . 
Hallelujah Chorus . . . 
Pastimes include bowling, 
basketball and Softball 
. . . Plans for college and 
Child Psychology. 

Softball, J.V. Captain; 
THISTLE; Glee Club; 
"Sound of Music"; "O- 
liver". 



Nancy Putnam 
115 Altamont Ave. 
Fondly remembers 

weekends in Vermont, the 
week of 6/16/75 in Lancas- 
ter, N.H., Swim Team 
party, New Year's Eve 
with Sam '74 . . . Biology 
. . . Favorite teacher — 
Dr. Rockwood . . . Beatles 
. . . Crosby, Stills, Nash 
and Young . . . Paul 
Simon . . . Enjoys horse- 
back riding and playing 
the cello . . . Plans to 
major in the Sciences in 
college. 

Swim Team; Biology 
Club; Mt. Climbing Club; 
Orchestra; District Orches- 
tra 2,3,4. 



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Mark Ramsdell 
30 Orient Ave. 
Rams . . . "What a Mic- 
key Mouse job." . . . "To 
be or not to be, that is the 
question." . . . Fondest 
memories of summer of '74 
with Mark and Rich . . . 
Favorite teacher — Mr. 
Studley . . . Favorite per- 
former — Aerosmith . . . 
Pastimes include working 
on cars on Friday nights 
. . . Technical School. 



David Rand 

32 Pearl St. 

Fondest memories of 
V.D.'s cellar, H.T., and 
weekends away . . . Favo- 
rite pastimes are hiking 
and camping . . . college 
ahead. 

Varsity Hockey 2,3,4. 



Mariregis Reardon 
495 Upham St. 

Mari . . . "Change what 
I can, accept that which I 
cannot change, and may 
God give me the ability to 
know the difference." . . . 
Enjoyed Algebra I with 
Mr. LaRosa . . . Favorite 
song is "Our House" 
Crosby, Stills, Nash and 
Young . . . Enjoys horse- 
back riding, drawing, 
clubbing, swimming, and 
dancing . . . Plans to be- 
come an Elementary 
School teacher. 



Kathy Lynne Reed 

19 E. Wyoming Ave. 
The Lone Stranger . . . 
"Huh?" . . . "I've got two 
words for you and it ain't 
Merry Christmas." . . . 
Fondest memories include 
summer of '74 with D.L., 
L.P., S.S., 8/8/74, summer 
of '75 with D.L., A. P., 
D.R., D.M., S.S. . . . 
Favorite songs and per- 
formers are "One Of These 
Nights" by the Eagles and 
"Feelings" by Morris Al- 
bert . . . Pastimes include 
going to Maine, being 
with Daryl, and trying to 
cook . . . Psychology with 
Miss Norwood . . . Hair- 
dressing ahead. 



Cynthia C. Reedy 

84 Lincoln St. 



Cindy . . . 
question." . 
memories of 
C.N., '74 X 
good times 



"I've got a 
. . Fondest 
summers at 
C Banquet, 
with good 



friends, 5/9/75, track meets, 
going to the games with 
J.C. . . . Favorite class — 
English with Miss Wer- 
neth . . . Pastimes include 
running with Scooz and 
smiling . . . Future plans 
include college. 

Field Hockey; Winter 
Track; Spring Track; Cross 
Country; G.A.A.; Pep 
Club; Student Government 
Day; French Club; Glee 
Club; Honor Society; 
S.A.C.; L.R.Y. 




Deborah Ann Rice 
55 Apple Hill Rd. 

Debbie . . . "J'ai une 
question!" . . . "II faut 
bien que je supporte deux 
ou trois chenilles si je veux 
connattre les papillons." 
. . . Fondly remembers 
sailing, summers at 
Gloucester and Rockport, 
skiing with S.B., psyche 
signs, Prom with J.S., 
study with J.F., E.T., S.B., 
and B.R. . . . French with 
Miss Leighton . . . Elton 
John . . . Pastimes are 
sailing, tennis . . . col- 
lege. 

Tennis 2,3,4; French 
Club 2,3, President 4; IM- 
PRINT 3,4; LOG; Honor 
Society; Jr. Prom Comm.; 
Student Government Day; 
G.A.A.; Spanish Club; 
Powder Puff; Tri-Hi-Y. 



Judith Rice 

75 Sargent St. 

Judie . . . "Oh *!!#»@" 
. . . "We'll get you, if it 
takes us all year, we'll get 
you." . . . Remembers lie- 
ing to Mr. Paone . . . Mr. 
Paone — the truant officer 
. . . "E.S.S.W." . . . Pas- 
times include talking with 
Mr. Paone . . . Plans for 
college and directing, get- 
ting even with Mr. Paone. 

Debate 1,2; Chess 1,2; 
Drama 2,3,4. 



Kathy Jean Richards 
25 Coolidge Rd. 
Taff . . . "Wicked" . . . 
"Give your love to the 
child who least deserves it, 
for he is the one that needs 
it the most." . . . Remem- 
bers times with Paul . . . 
partying with the girls 
. . . classes with Mrs. D. 
and Mr. Connolly . . . 
"Sweet Baby James" . . . 
dancing . . . college and 
teaching the deaf. 

Modern Dance; Tumbl- 
ing; G.A.A.; Powder Puff; 
Football. 



Gary Richardson 
17 Forest St. 

"No way." . . . Favorite 
pastime is cars . . . Future 
plans include running a 
station. 



Daniel J. Riley 
22 Brookledge Rd. 
Dan . . . "What's up?" 
. . . good times with 
D.M., J.L., D.R., in Med- 
ford . . . classes with Mr. 
Glynn. 



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Neil P. Rogers 
495 Swains Pond Ave. 
Norris ... "I hear ya" 
. . . Grey's garage after 
b-ball games . . . 
weekends at the horse 
. . . Beach Boys, "Califor- 
nia Girls" . . . Tennis and 
waterskiing . . . Future 
plans include college . . . 
Nelson. 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4. 



Sherrill Anne Rose 
16 Spear St. 

Sherri . . . "oh my 
goodness" . . . Parties at 
B.S.'s . . . great times in 
Esperance . . . F.B.T.M. 
. . . W.E.I.R.D. . . . 
Chocolate milkshakes . . . 
Dump Rd. . . . "Day by 
Day" . . . English with 
Mr. Cooper . . . Beatles 
and Beach Boys . . . 
M.Y.F. . . . horseback rid- 
ing at L.B.'s . . . college 
ahead. 

French Club 4; Log 4; 
G.A.A. 2; Powder Puff. 



Beth Rosenzweig 

515 Upham St. 

One iota, Q.B.W. . . . 
Intrigue and Starbursts 
. . . Study with S.B., E.T., 
D.R.; Maine with Banana; 
Fall of 74 . . . Latin with 
"Pa" . . . talking, bike 
riding and laughing with 
The Kid . . . college 
ahead. 

Log Lit. Staff; 

Homeroom Rep.; French 
Club; Debate; Honor Soci- 
ety. 



Martin Joseph Ross 

31 Wheeler Ave. 
Abe ... Ski trips with 
the council . . . Remem- 
bers Chemistry with Mr. 
Reilly . . . Beatles, "Yes- 
terday" . . . reading and 
woodworking . . . Future 
plans include work as a 
contractor and Technical 
School. 

Explorers; Tutoring. 



Louis M. Rossino 
69 Horence Ave. 

Louieee . . . Remem- 
bers Kancamagus, N.H., 
K.N., J.S.; Toyota ... Mr. 
Studley . . . Favorite per- 
formers are Aerosmith and 
Deep Purple . . . Pastimes 
include hockey and foot- 
ball . . . college and Build- 
ing Engineering ahead. 




Gail M. Roth 

30 Vine St. 

"We're gonna make it!" 
. . . Fondest memories of 
Steven Face, M.M., A.D., 
D.B. "75" ... Mr. LaRo- 
sa's shoulder . . . Bee 
Gee's, "Honey" — O.C. 
Smith . . . Enjoys writing 
letters and poems, Riviera! 
. . . Future plans for mar- 
riage with S.F. 

Majorette 3; Swim Team 
1,3. 



JoAnne M. Ryan 
102 Crescent Ave. 

"Happy memories make 
warm companions" . . . 
Fondly remembers the 
three j's; 4/15/72; Junior 
Prom with Job. . . . 
Summer '75 partying with 
L.P. and Moe . . . Enjoys 
Spanish with Mr. Riccio 
. . . Neil Young . . . 
"Stairway to Heaven" . . . 
Pastimes include canoeing 
and taking long walks . . . 
Colorado with Jean. 



Mary Ryan 

1 Franklin Ter. 
Mary . . . "You know 
what I mean?" . . . "To be 
a man is to be a non- 
conformist" . . . Remem- 
bers Hampton with P.O. 
. . . Blogettes with L.S. 
. . . rocking out at 6 A.M. 
. . . Sr. Prom . . . Mrs. 
Waterbury, English . . . 
Jeff Beck . . . partying in 
N.H. . . . Nursing ahead. 



Judith E. Ryder 
61 Pearl St. 

Judy . . . Outrageous 
Bwanta . . . Fondest 
memories of Dave . . . 
Nahant . . . Kentucky 
. . . Gloucester Pits — 
Heart of the Sunrise . . . 
"Summer Summer" . . . 
Enjoys camping, W.B.C.N. 
... To keep the truth of 
Christ in life . . . plans to 
go out West. 

Volleyball; Hiking and 
Mountain Climbing Club. 



Dianne Salza 
31 Fairmount St. 

Dianne . . . "It's too 
late to worry about it" 
. . . Beach Boys, '75 . . . 
Mrs. K.'s shower . . . 
watching J.V. chase R.C. 
. . . Bobbsey Twins in 
gym . . . Spanish with 
Mr. R. . . . English with 
Mrs. K. . . . bikes and 
beaches . . . gerbils and 
butterflies . . . future 
plans include college" and 
travel. 

Honor Society; Log 
Staff; Jr. Prom Committee; 
Spanish Club. 



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Gerri Santella 
191 Lebanon St. 

Geri . . . "Really!" . . . 
Fondly remembers Sum- 
mer of '75 at Pine Banks 
... '74 in Canada . . . 
having a good time . . . 
Stenography and Trans- 
cripts with Miss Blanchard 
. . . "Your Song" . . . 
"Without You" ... Fu- 
ture plans include being a 
Legal Secretary. 

G.A.A. 1; Italian Club 
1,2,3. 



Michael L. Santos 
27 Stevens Rd. 

Mike . . . "Bumma" 
. . . flying with Mr. 
Dodge . . . Aviation Sci- 
ence . . . playing basket- 
ball . . . partying down 
the "Rosy" . . . Neil 
Diamond, "Brother Loves 
Traveling Salvation Show" 
. . . Future plans include 
work. 

Aviation Club. 



Gregory D. Sarni 
75 Altmont Ave. 

Greg ... "I guess" . . . 
Enjoys listening to music 
and skiing . . . the trip to 
Jay Peak . . . Pink Floyd 
concert . . . Earth Science 
with Mr. Morrison. 

Soccer; Ski Club. 



Jeanmarie Savage 

23 East Highland Ave. 

Juanita . . . "It's okay!" 
. . . Every beauty and 
greatness in this world is 
created by a single thought 
or emotion inside a man, 
"Kahlil Gibran . . . 5/5/74 
. . . The Blue Star . . . 
"Injun Joe" . . . track 
practices . . . classes with 
D.S. . . . working at 
Friendlys . . . "The Last 
Farewell Song" . . . 
bunny coat . . . Softball of 
Sunday afternoons . . . 
being with friends. 

Track; Glee Club; Drama 
Club; Voice. 



John Savarino 




Jeanine Sawler 
17 Granite St. 
C.B. O'Hara . . . 
"Dream On" . . . concerts 
. . . Camp with J.C., A.B., 
D.C. . . . Summer of '73 
with C.L. . . . Biology 
with Miss Packer. 



Mark Steven Scalisi 

36 Tappan St. 
Scalis . . . cruising 
down Nahant Beach with 
"Di" . . . partying . . . 
D.I.F. . . . working on the 
car . . . Novels with Mr. 
Dullea . . . "What kind of 
Mickey Mouse !" ... 
Cosmic Wheels . . . col- 
lege and Law ahead. 
Auto Club; Football 1,2. 



Jane Schacht 
69 Florence Ave. 
Crazy Jane . . . Summer 
of '75 . . . partying at the 
Knoll . . . concerts . . . 
music . . . Led Zepplin, 
"Trampled Underfoot" 
. . . Physical Graggitti 
. . . Favorite class, Mr. 
Hughes' Occupational 
Planning . . . lead 
guitarist. 



Wendy L. Schluntz 

83 Malvern St. 

Wendy . . . good times 
with Dots . . . Tull and J. 
Geils concert . . . partying 
with D.L., P.P., T.C., 
M.C., L.H., and L.S. . . . 
"T" parties . . . "South- 
side Shuffle" . . . English 
with Mr. Glynn . . . 
Rockport, '76. 

Powder Puff Football. 



Ralph Scibelli 
33 Mt. Hood Ter. 
Ralph . . . "Get Buz- 
zed!" . . . Remembers 
Summer of '75 at Lovell 
Lake . . . Mr. Hughes and 
Mr. Quinn, D.E.C.A. . . . 
parties at Mt. Hood . . . 
sleeping and partying . . . 
Trade School ahead. 



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Stephen B. Scofield 

173 West Emerson St. 

Sco . . . "Decent!" . . . 
"All Right!". . .Summers 
at Lake Winnipesaukee 
. . . boating, water skiing, 
sailing . . . Mr. Studley's 
Sea Stories . . . The Beach 
Boys, "Endless Summer" 
. . . "top of the hill and a 
few starts" . . . college 
ahead. 

Winter Track 2,3,4; 
Spring Track 1,2,3,4. 



Christine Alice Scott 
25 Bay State Rd. 

Chris . . . "Wicked 
Good" . . . Summer of 73 
. . . 10/23/74 . . . C.Y.O. 
. . . Favorite class was Bi- 
ology with Mrs. Hajec . . . 
Remembers Chicago — 
Beach Boys concert . . . 
U.Y.B. . . . Tuesday night 
. . . Chicago . . . working 
at Gallahue's . . . college 
ahead. 

Orchestra; C.Y.O. 



Michael Shanbar 

51 First St. 
Butch . . . Remembers 
getting drunk at 1973 
Graduation Party . . . 
Aerosmith, "Train Kept A' 
Rollin" . . . Auto Mechan- 
ics with Mr. Crupi . . . 
Likes hockey and football 
. . . wants to be a me- 
chanic. 



Jackie Shea 
145 Rowe St. 

"Artir" . . . Call me to- 
night . . . "Bummed to 
the max" . . . Remembers 
skiing out in Colorado, '75 
. . . The Doors . . . Avia- 
tion with Mr. Dodge . . . 
riding the T-bird . . . 
wants to go into the Air 
Force. 

Football; Hockey. 



Susan Shields 
19 East Wyoming Ave. 
Sue . . . "It figures!" 
. . . Summer of '70 with 
P.D. . . . Summer of 74 
with LP., D.L. and K.R. 
. . . 5/8/70 . . . 10/16/75 
. . . "Love Thy Neighbor" 
. . . Led Zepplin, "Stair- 
way to Heaven" . . . 
Favorite class was Legal 
with Miss Blanchard . . . 
going to Maine . . . "Let's 
Get It on," Marvin Gaye 
. . . Future plans include 
modeling and fashion. 
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Kenneth C. Sheridan 
28 Richardson Rd. 

Sherry . . . "What's 
eat'n ya?" . . . hanging 
around up the street . . . 
"One for one or six every 
weekend" . . . Remem- 
bers Electricity with Mr. 
Tice . . . likes recording 
and driving. 

Intramural sports. 



Diane Sherlock 
75 Forest St. 
Diane . . . "Ya know 
what I mean?" . . . good 
times with S.S., P.B., B.B. 
and J.M. . . . Packy run 
. . . Psychology with Ms. 
Norwood and Occupa- 
tional Planning with Mr. 
Hughes . . . "Stairway to 
Heaven" . . . partying 
and boys . . . plans to 
work and enjoy life. 



Joan L. Sherman 

21 Adams St. 

Joanie . . . "I'm only 
kidding!" . . . 4/6/74 . . . 
Remembers Spring of 74 
Cape Cod . . . Maine with 
V and M ... L and T, 
N.H. . . . Senior Prom 74 
. . . Gym with J., M., H., 
L. and P. . . . being with 
O. Ney . . . college ahead. 

Powder Puff. 



John Shinay 
98 Green St. 

Shine . . . "Gimme a 
break" . . . Elton John 
concert . . . Junior Prom 
with D.R. . . . The Game 
. . . Remembers History 
with Mr. Burr and French 
with Mrs. D. ... 
"Daniel," Elton John . . . 
working at the A and N 
. . . Beach Boys . . . con- 
certs . . . sports . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Tennis 2,3,4; Imprint 4; 
Debate Club; French Club. 



Daniel R. Silva 
53 Lincoln St. 

HiHo . . . Remembers 
Summer of 75 . . . Black 
Sabbath . . . Likes build- 
ing and fixing things . . . 
Mechanical Engineering 
and college ahead. 

Spring Track 1,2,3,4; 
Winter Track 2,3,4. 



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Elizabeth A. Simpson 
658 Lynn Fells Pky. 

Liz . . . "Complete 
honesty in little things is 
not a little thing at all" 
. . . Fondly remembers 
summers at Higgins Beach 
. . . "The Sound of 
Music" . . . Boston Gar- 
den, 10/74 . . . 3/14/75 . . . 
likes piano and guitar . . . 
college ahead. 

French Club 2-4; Pal 
Club 4; Glee Club 2-4; 
Thistle 3; Log — Typing 
Staff; Imprint 4; Teacher's 
Aide 3; Powder Puff. 



Scott A. Simpson 
42 Frances St. 

Remembers first bike 
. . . Favorite teacher Ben 
Crupi . . . Pastimes in- 
clude motorbikes . . . au- 
tos. 



Edward Sitcawich 
175 West Emerson St. 
Edwardo . . . "Why 
not?" . . . Remembers 
Hampton Beach, N.H. 
. . . "Have a comfortable 
and make yourself a seat" 
. . . cruising . . . with 
Mr. Trubisz . . . "Bad 
Blood" . . . wants to 
"make Money". 



Cheryl A. Skane 

11 Cumner Ave. 
Cheryl . . . "Those who 

five have all things" . . . 
ondly remembers cheer- 
ing, bus rides and 
brunches . . . Chemistry 
with Mr. Reilly and En- 
glish with Mr. Conn . . . 
Saturday nights with A.M. 
. . . memories of friends 
and years gone by . . . 
Summer of '74 . . . college 
ahead. 

Cheerleading 3, Head 4; 
G.A.A.; Pep Club; Jr. 
Prom Committee; Honor 
Society. 



Robert Stephen 

Skane 

251 Lebanon St. 

Bob . . . Uriah Jr. . . . 
"You turkey!" . . . Re- 
members tooling around 
in the goat with D.J., B.L. 
and Burn't-out-Bernie . . . 
"Do unto others before 
they do unto you" . . . 
Math with Mr. Hum- 
phreys . . . Likes listening 
to Jethro Tull and working 
on the "Rambling Reck" 
. . . prep school and col- 
lege ahead. 

Football 2; Wrestling 
1,2,3,4. 




Lauri Jill Smith 
153 Waverly Ave. 

Lauri . . . "Know what 
I mean?" . . . Remembers 
Blodgetts Landing . . . 
Summers with S.V. and 
J.H. ... "Rocking Out" 
. . . Salads with M.H. or 
M.R. . . . "T" parties . . . 
splashing with "Moe 
Crow" . . . English with 
Mr. Crane and J. P. . . . 
Likes waterskiing and 
snowskiing . . . Future 
plans include college and 
moving north. 

Mt. Climbing Club 4. 



Janet M. Soccorso 

69 Morgan St. 

Janet . . . "Love is 
forever and ever" . . . 
4/13/73 . . . Jimmy . . . 
cheering brunches . . . 
Chemistry with Mr. Reilly 
and the "neighborhood" 
. . . "Ohio" . . . talking 
on the phone . . . Re- 
members C.S., N. and Y. 
concert . . . College 
ahead. 

Field Hockey; G.A.A.; 
Cheerleading; Jr. Prom 
Committee; Log — Adver- 
tising Staff; Italian Club; 
Science Lab Asst.; 
Homeroom Rep.; Senior 
Activities Committee. 



Susan L. Solesky 

153 Trenton St. 
Sue . . . Mr. Hum- 
phreys . . . Enjoys listen- 
ing to the Osmond 
Brothers and watching 
television. 



Kathy Diane Squires 
14 Bancroft Rd. 
Skwhybo . . . "It 
doesn't matter" . . . 
Fondly remembers Maine 
and Sandwiche . . . times 
with Tarn and Mc . . . 
Balcass . . . Yak . . . Bar- 
bados . . . likes Steven 
Stills and Jonathan Ed- 
wards . . . History with 
Mr. Deteso . . . driving 
The Purple Pontoon . . . 
Thermasol. 



Lynn Stanley 
91 Dexter Rd. 
Lynnie . . . "Call on 
Me" . . . weekend in Pa. 
. . . Remembers times in 
Maine . . . Psychology 
with Mr. Allen . . . busi- 
ness school ahead. 
Vanguard; Powder Puff. 



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Thomas P. Stanton 

12 Radcliffe Rd. 

Tom . . . the Summer of 
73 . . . Science with Mr. 
Schott . . . going to "Vic- 
tor's" at Revere Beach . . . 
Hopes to open a restaurant 
someday. 

Football 1,2,3,4; Wres- 
tling 1; Track 1. 



Kenneth Staskawicz 
59 Sycamore Rd. 
Stats . . . Remembers 
New Hampshire '75 . . . 
both weekends . . . Jethro 
Tull and Rick Wakeman 
. . . D.E.C.A. with Mr. 
Quinn . . . college ahead. 



Ellen Steeves 
54 Lake Ave. 
Ellen . . . "The beauty 
of the world has two 
edges, one of laughter, one 
of anguish, cutting the 
heart asunder." — Vir- 
ginia Wolfe . . . Those are 
the breaks . . . partying 
with A.S. and R.H. . . . 
the Pink Floyd concert 
. . . Summers of 74 and 
75 . . . Bob Dylan . . . 
Yes . . . good times under 
the tree . . . college and 
travel ahead. 



Christine Stella 
62 West Hill Ave. 

Chris . . . "Wicked de- 
cent!" . . . the Summer of 
74 and 75 in California, 
Mexico and New Hamp- 
shire . . . Pine Banks . . . 
good times with friends 
. . . playing football and 
Softball . . . Spanish with 
Mr. Riccio . . . The 
Rolling Stones . . . wants 
to go to college and travel 
in the future. 

G.A.A.; Spanish Club; 
Powder Puff. 



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Joanne Stokes 

91 Mt. Vernon Ave. 

Joanne . . . "You can't 
always get what you 
want ' . . . Dexter House 
. . . April of 75 . . . Likes 
the Beach Boys and Elton 
John . . . Summer of 75 
. . . Enjoys skating, ski- 
ing, and camping . . . col- 
lege in the future. 

Pep Club; Girls Club. 



Christopher Storti 



Marianne Stoy 
111 Warwick Rd. 

Marianne . . . Remem- 
bers the Summers of 74 
and 75 at York Beach . . . 
Spanish with Senor Riccio 
. . . hockey games . . . 
Prince . . . "Stairway to 
Heaven" . . D-Block 
Study . . . college and 
travel in the future. 

Powder Puff. 



David L. Sullivan 
29 Auburn St. 

Sully . . . Remembers 
The Mount and The Pond 
. . . "Attencion all 
Soph-a-mores" . . . 

"Sweet Jane", Lou Reed 
. . . Mrs. May . . . plans 
to attend Community Col- 
lege. 



Ronald Sullivan 



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Maria Sundquist 
86 Otis St. 

Maria . . . Likes skat- 
ing, swimming, and camp- 
ing ... "I forgot!" . . . 
Fondly remembers the "O- 
liver" production . . . 
Northeast. . . . G.P.C. 
. . . "How many on this 
bus?" . . . M and M . . . 
Favorite class was Glee 
Club . . . college ahead. 

Gymnastics 2,3; Glee 
Club 3,4; Majorettes 3,4; 
Northeast District Chorus 
3; Rainbow. 



Robert Lawrence 

Swain 

72 Damon Ave. 

Bob . . . Remembers 
taking days off from school 
to go hunting . . . Avia- 
tion Science with Mr. 
Dodge . . . Topsfield Fair 
. . . Enjoys hunting and 
fishing . . . the Aviation 
Science field trips . . . Fu- 
ture plans include work. 



Peter G. 

Swindlehurst 

54 Albion St. 

"Chuck" . . . "You tur- 
key!" . . . four years of 
memories with L.T. . . . 
Auto Shop . . . playing 
for M.H.S. on sports teams 
. . . "Knights in White 
Satin" . . . Enjoys listen- 
ing to Aerosmith . . . will 
go either to trade school, 
college, or the Air Force. 

Football 1; Baseball 
1,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; 
Volleyball; Auto Club. 



Anne M. Sybicki 
226 Main St. 

Anne . . . "Alright!" 
. . . R.H. . . . Summers 
of 74 and 75 . . . party- 
ing with E.S. . . . the 
Topsfield Fair . . . the 
Pink Floyd concert. 

Orchestra; Jazz Rock En- 
semble. 



Carleton Symes 

58 Lebanon St. 

Carl . . . times with 
Nancy . . . French with 
Mrs. Bean . . . work and 
marriage ahead. 

Intramural sports. 




Dianne Tambini 
55 Lynde Ave. 

Dianne . . . "Live the 
life you love and love the 
life you live" . . . Fond 
memories of twirling in 
the courtyard, football 
games, rallies and 
brunches . . . the good 
times with friends . . . 
Tri-Hi-Y . . . Beach Boys 
. . . college ahead. 

Majorettes 3, Co-Capt. 
4; Pep Club 2-4; French 
Club; Girls Club; Powder 
Puff; Jr. Prom Committee; 
Ski Club 3; Modern Dance 
2; Pal Club. 



Leslie Tardiff 
132 West Wyoming Ave. 

Leslie . . . "So what 
else is new?" . . . Sum- 
mers of 73 and 74 with 
Bobby ... 75 with B.G. 
up the Drago . . . "That's 
Life" . . . Remembers 
camping out and partying 
with Bob at Mt. Hood . . . 
"Feelings" . . . "I'm 
Sorry" . . . Cosmetology 
and marriage ahead. 

Hairdressing; Powder 
Puff. 



Ruth Y. Taylor 
406 Grove St. 

Ruth . . . "What? Re- 
ally?" . . . 11/20/74 . . . 
Summer of 75 . . . "Sq's" 
. . . C.S. Lounge . . . 
Remembers Biology with 
Miss Packer and Chemis- 
try with Mr. Reilly . . . 
J.M. . . . S.L. . . . Enjoys 
swimming, skating, and 
tabogganing . . . Aero- 
smith . . . college ahead. 

Medical Exploring Pro- 
gram. 



Charles A. Thistle, Jr. 
149 Boston Rock Rd. 

Chuck . . . best memo- 
ries of good times with 
S.R. . . . M.Y.F. ski 
weekends and "who's got 
the pies?" . . . Chemistry 
with Mrs. Gallager . . . 
college ahead. 

Track. 



Kimberly A. Thistle 
33 Standish Rd. 

Kim . . . "What's the 
matter?" . . . "Today is 
the first day of the rest of 
your life" . . . 9/27/74 . . . 
football games, rallies, 
brunches and victory rides 
. . . English with Mr. 
Champi . . . fun times at 
parties with good friends 
. . . Summer of '75 . . . 
college ahead. 

Majorettes; Jr. Prom 
Committee; Pep Club; Ski 
Club; Pal Club; Powder 
Puff; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative. 



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Gail Thompson 

167 Lebanon St. 

Gail . . . Remembers 
climbing Mt. Monadnock 
. . . bike riding . . . Fri- 
day nights at P.O. . . . 
Favorite teacher was Miss 
Blanchard . . . wants to 
become a Medical Secre- 
tary. 

G.A.A.; Business Club. 



David Charles 
Thornton 
279 Porter St. 

Dave . . . "Oh really?" 
. . . Remembers riding 
the Suzuki TM 125 in the 
dirt with C.C., R.B., J.R. 
and C.N. . . . the Summer 
of '75 . . . flying lessons 
. . . Aviation Science with 
Mr. Dodge . . . "High 
Times", Grateful Dead 
. . . Wants to get a pilot's 
license . . . plans to go to 
college. 

Swim Team 2. 



Nancy E. Tierney 
35 Magnolia Rd. 

Nancy . . . Summer of 
'73 . . . Austria . . . good 
times with A. A. . . . Re- 
members Kathy P.'s par- 
ties . . . the Tull concerts 
and Beatles weekend . . . 
Work Study with Mr. 
Hughes . . . partying with 
friends . . . wants to live 
to be old. 

Log — Photography Edi- 
tor; Ski Club. 



Nancy Ellen Tobey 
270 West Wyoming Ave. 
Nancy . . . "Sit on it!" 
. . . Remembers C.S. 
Lounge . . . Enjoys listen- 
ing to Seals and Crofts and 
playing soccer . . . Short- 
hand with Miss Blanchard 
. . . plans to be a Legal 
Secretary. 



Susan M. Tobey 
23 Pratt St. 

Susan . . . Sugar . . . 
"Love is the magician, the 
enchanter, with it Earth is 
heaven" . . . Psychology 
with Mr. Allen . . . 
Fondly remembers Explor- 
ers and the White Moun- 
tains . . . America . . . 
Enjoys guitar and moun- 
tain climbing . . . college 
and travel ahead. 

Cross Country 1,2; 
Spring Track 1,2; Camping 
and Mt. Climbing Club; 
Spanish Club; Folk Music 
Club; Glee Club. 




Elaine Ruth Toney 
27 Orchard Ln. 

Tone . . . Pics ... "I 
hope you find your rain- 
bow's end" . . . D.R., 
S.B., J.F. . . . Counseling 
at R.M. . . . tennis signs 
. . . b-ball . . . "Now and 
Then", Gordon Lightfoot 
. . . English with Mrs. K. 
. . . Cnem. labs . . . 
J.L.S. . . . The Prophet, 
Kahlil Gibran . . . De- 
siderata . . . you've got a 
friend. 

French Club; Honor So- 
ciety; S.F.A.B.; Log — 
Literary Staff; Imprint — 
Girls Sports Editor 4; 
G.A.A. — treasurer 4; 
Tennis 2-4; Basketball 2-4. 



James J. Topor 
49 Winter St. Ext. 
Jim . . . Remembers 
Mrs. May's English class 
with M.S. . . . parties 
with kids from Cerretani's 
. . . "Did you watch the 
Stooges today?" . . . Bil- 
lion Dollar Babies", Alice 
Cooper . . . likes going to 
Bruin's games and playing 
hockey . . . Future plans 
uncertain. 



Shawn Thomas Tracy 
136 Pearl St. 

Shawn . . . "When the 
going gets tough, the 
tough get going" . . . Re- 
members Chemistry with 
Mrs. Gallager . . . college 
ahead. 

Football 1,2; Basketball 
2. 



Hanh Tran 

7 Larrabee St. 

Hanh . . . Fondly re- 
members coming from 
Vietnam to United States 
. . . Language Arts with 
Ms. Moran . . . Future 
plans include going to col- 
lege. 

U.C.Y. 



Angela M. Travis 
82 Linden Rd. 

Ang . . . "With strength 
accept the things you can- 
not change and with cour- 
age change the things you 
can." . . . 4/11/75 with D. 
. . . concerts . . . Mr. R., 
and James Joyce . . . Re- 
members valuable friend- 
ships at M.H.S. . . . 
wants to help those in 
need. 

Band 1-3, Co-Student 
Leader 4; Imprint 2, Man- 
aging Ed. 3; Asst. Ed. -In- 
Chief 4; Thistle 2; Spanish 
Club 2, Pres. 3,4; Honor 
Society. 



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Paula Tricca 
156 Forest St. 

Trix . . . "Whadda va 
kiddin' me?" . . . the 
summer of 75 with L.D., 
J.C. and S.D. . . . "Those 
who have given all 
things." . . . Aviation 
Science with Mr. Dodge 
. . . "My Sweet Lady", 
John Denver . . . Enjoys 
bike riding and horseback 
riding . . . college ahead. 

Basketball, Softball; 
G.A.A.; Powder Puff. 



John E. Trulli 
44 Lynn Fells Parkway 
Jack . . . "There goes 
lunch!" . . . partying 
down the Cape . . . Re- 
members Spanish with 
Mr. Hand . . . "It's hard 
to be nice but it's nice to 
be hard." . . . Elof Nogg, 
Pink Floyd . . . Pastimes 
include boating, water- 
skiing, guitar and snow 
skiing . . . Future plans 
include college. 



James R. Trusselle 

267 First St. 

Trigga . . . summer of 
75 . . . Favorite teacher — 
Mr. Studley . . . likes golf 
and skating . . . college 
ahead. 

Soccer; Golf. 



Charles Tryder 
.16 Slayton Rd. 

Chuck . . . "Hi O!" 
. . . Remembers the New 
Year's Eves 72-75 . . . 
Vinny's cellar . . . times at 
Bellevue . . . the Jr. Prom 
. . . Algebra with Mr. 
Blastos and Chemistry 
with Mrs. Gallagher . . . 
likes Elton John, Jethro 
Tull, and Emerson, Lake 
and Palmer . . . golf . . . 
college ahead. 

Baseball 1; Golf 2,3,4; 
Hockey 1-4. 



Linda E. Tully 
107 Ellis Farm Ln. 
Tull . . . Manchester 
and Long Beach . . . En- 
glish with Mrs. Keefe . . . 
Enjoys listening to Gat 
Stevens and spending time 
at the beach . . . college 
and travel in the future. 
Mt. Climbing Club. 




Francis D. Tuscano 

25 Fellview Terr. 
Alice . . . "Good 
Mood" . . . "Mopar!!" 
. . . Mississippi . . . O.P. 
with Mr. Hughes . . . 
likes Alice Cooper and Led 
Zepplin . . . 18 . . . par- 
tying . . . the car . . . Mr. 
Connolly and Mr. Champi 
. . . rock music . . . girl 
friends . . . Plans to go 
into Law Enforcement. 
Art Club; Auto Club. 



Cheryl Ann Valerio 
34 Linwood Ave. 
"We always do!" . . . 
"Time flys, suns rise and 
shadows fall. Let time go 
by. Love is forever over 
all." . . . growing up with 
Viv . . . partying with 
K.A., D.B., E.P., G.M. 
. . . "T" Parties . . . good 
times with D.C. . . . col- 
lege ahead. 

Italian Club; S.A.C.; 
Scholarship Drive; Tumbl- 
ing Team; Powder Puff; Jr. 
Class Treasurer; Sr. Class 
President. 



Carol Van 

Valkenburgh 

47 Porter St. 

Carol . . . "Burrrr!" 
. . . Remembers Glee 
Club 73-75 and "The 
Sound of Music" . . . 
Spanish with Mr. McLean 
. . . painting the IM- 
PRINT office and folding 
papers . . . Washington 
D.C. . . . English with 
Mrs. Keefe . . . being 
with Lee . . . candy strip- 
ing . . . Enjoys hiking, 
Nursing or Early Child- 
hood Education ahead. 

Chess Club; Glee Club; 
Career Exploration Pro- 
gram; IMPRINT. 



Diane Venezia 
9 Crest Ave. 

Di . . . Remembers the 
summer of 7-5 . . . Min- 
nesota, Canada, N.Y. and 
N.H. . . . camping . . . 
D.E. with Mr. Quinn . . . 
going out with friends 
. . . good times . . . Fu- 
ture plans include travel- 
ing and working. 

D.E.C.A.; Powder Puff. 



Cheryl Ventola 

142 East Foster St. 

Cheryl . . . Oh ya, sure! 
. . . good times with 
Mary- Ellen and Chris . . . 
SDOB with J.W. and S.N. 
and SCUN . . . Kan- 
camagnus . . . N.M..J.H., 
B.L., D.J., B.K., K.P., 
V.D., A. V., S.H., LP., 
C.G., and D.B.W.O.G. 
. . . Aerosmith . . . likes 
drawing and bikeriding 
. . . partying down the 
knoll . . . "Better late than 
never." . . . college 
ahead. 

Modern Dance; Powder 
Puff. 



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Nicholas M. Ventola 
106 W. Wyoming Ave. 
Nick . . . "What a veg- 



etable." . . . 
down the pond . 
with Mr. Crupi 
Years After 
motorcycle . . . 
be a mechanic. 
Auto Shop. 



partying 
. . Auto 

. . . Ten 
. . the 

wants to 



George Vernet 
26 Beacon St. 
Duck . . . "Well, alright 
then." . . . partying at the 
Hood and Lovell Lake . . . 
Spanish with Mr. Riccio 
. . . likes Ian Anderson 
and Passion Play . . . pool 
. . . concerts . . . wants 
to be a state policeman 
after college. 



John Vetere 



Ruth Villella 
48 Beech Ave. 
Ruth . . . "No sir!" . . . 
10/19/74 with Tommy . . . 
Raymond, N.H., 1975 . . . 
Cemetary with Mary . . . 
74 at the Knoll . . . Carol 
and the Chapel . . . letters 
with Sue . . . "Live free or 
die." . . . "Precious and 
Few" . . . Aerosmith . . . 
Plans to be a nurse. 



Brian Edward 
Vinchesi 

56 Heywood Ave. 
"Right! Right!" . . . 
summer of 75 . . . likes 
reading, tennis and bicycl- 
ing . . . Remembers AM's 
Wakefield . . . "Many a 
true word is said in jest." 
. . . Latin with Mr. Reid 
and Language Lab with 
Ms. Moran . . . Harry 
Chapin . . . Mac's . . . 
college and farming ahead. 
LOG Layout Staff; Ping 
Pong Club; Bridge Club; 
C.C.D. 




Susan L. Voci 
66 Richardson Rd. 

Voce . . . Remembers 
Sunapee with L.S. and 
S.H. . . . M.V. with J.L. 
. . . bike riding with C.C. 
. . . camping in Fryeburg 
with S.H., K.K., J.N. and 
D.H. . . . F.H. games . . . 
practices with Coach . . . 
G. and T. meets . . . run- 
ning the track . . . Mrs. 
Gallagher's Chemistry 
class . . . bike riding . . . 
Good Harbor . . . college 
and Nursing in the future. 

Field Hockey 2-4; Gym- 
nastics 2-4; Track 2,3, 
Co-Captain 4; Honor Soci- 
ety 4; French Club. 



Judith E. Walker 
19 Fairmount St. 

Judy . . . Remembers 
summer of 75 . . . Bow- 
ie's weekend parties . . . 
7/674 . . . Laura and the 
choochmobile . . . Mac's 
and all the kids . . . good 
times with friends . . . 
SDOB . . . "Hollywood 
Swinging" . . . Nahant 
and the guards . . . Future 
plans include a Mach I and 
Business School. 

Powder Puff; D.E.C.A. 



Donna Walsh 
353 E. Foster St. 
Donna . . . "That's 
life." . . . "Take each day 
as it comes." . . . Enjoyed 
summer of 75 in N.F.L.D. 
. . . partying with B.C., 
P.S., D.D. . . . m. cycling 
. . . skiing with B.C. . . . 
Breakhart . . . Psychology 
with Miss Norwood . . . 
Lou Reed, "Sweet Jane" 
. . . Hobbies include par- 
tying . . . music . . . con- 
certs . . . sewing . . . ski- 
ing .. . Plans to head 
cross country and then to 
college. 

I.W.S.; Powder Puff. 



Kathleen Walsh 
9 Tappan St. 
Walshy . . . 7/20/72 . . . 
T.B.C. . . . Legal with 
M.J.B., E.F., G.S., C.B., 
S.L. . . . Enjoyed Princi- 
pals of Law with Miss 
Blanchard . . . traveling 
with the Drum Corp . . . 
Business School. 



Elizabeth A. Wass 
15 Appleton St. 

Betty . . . "Oh really." 
. . . "Enjoy life as it 
comes to you, don't waste 
time on dreams." . . . 
summer of 74 . . . Beach 
Boys concerts . . . party- 
ing at the Knoll . . . Favo- 
rite class — U.S. History 
with Mr. Connolly . . . 
David Bowie . . . Enjoys 
being with friends . . . 
college. 



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Lisa M. Webb 
92 Beech Ave. 

"Strong like bull" . . . 
"Think things, not 
words." . . . Maine . . . 
Mr. Mack . . . "Colour My 
World" . . . Easter Seals 
Society . . . Plans on col- 
lege in the future. 

Gourmet Cooking Club; 
Powder Puff. 



Frank E. Wells 
153 Boardman Ave. 
"I don't know" . . . 
"There will be no 
homework tonight." . . . 
Remembers getting his car 
running cheap . . . Sci- 
ence with Mr. Dodge . . . 
"Train Kept A'Rollin'" 
. . . painting, cruising 
. . . college. 



Janette Marie Wells 

594 Franklin St. 
Jet . . . "No way." . . . 
"Bummed" . . . Remem- 
bers summer of 75 . . . 
cruisin' in Jane's car . . . 
partying up Mt. Hood . . . 
C.C., V.D., B.H., J.H. . . . 
Math with Mr. Maclntyre 
. . . The Stones concert 
. . . "Lord of the Thighs" 
. . . Enjoys listening to 

food tunes . . . wants to 
e an Airline Stewardess. 
Modern Dance; Powder 
Puff. 



Bruce Wenner 
91 Park St. 

Weinne . . . "I'm only 
kidding." . . . "It's the lit- 
tle things in life that 
count." . . . 4/11/75, 5/9/75, 
11/9/75 with Joyce . . . 
"Ordinary Man", Gordon 
Lightfoot . . . playing the 
guitar till all hours of the 
night . . . college in the 
future. 

Cross Country 1,2,3, 
Co-Captain 4; Winter 
Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 
1-4; Folk Music 4; IM- 
PRINT, Sports Editor 3. 



Robert F. Wentworth 
262 Melrose St. 
Wenty . . . "No pro- 
blem." . . . Remembers 
Saturday nights at Gino's 
. . . bowling matches 
with General . . . 
weekends with K.K. . . . 
Aviation Science with Mr. 
Dodge . . . Plans on the 
Air Force and college. 





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Heather Whittier 
22 York Terr. 

Faithy . . . "Nice one." 
. . . 3/4/74 . . . Florida '75 
with S.M., M.C., D.C. 
. . . good times with J. M., 
K.P., D.D. in Whitey . . . 
Beatles, "Long And Wind- 
ing Road" . . . being with 
friends . . . bike riding 
. . . college. 

Field Hockey 1; Powder 
Puff. 



Linda Sue Wilk 

27 Meacham St. 
Sunshine . . . "Praise 
the Lord anyway." . . . 
the corner with George 
. . . Shakespeare with Mr. 
Cooper . . . "Follow Me", 
John Denver . . . college. 



Donna Jean Williams 
D.J. . . . "Eh, so what!" 
. . . "As glimpses of you 
as the years speed by, are 
my memories of you." 
. . . 4/5/74 . . . good times 
with Brian and the kids 
. . . camping . . . Hallo- 
ween Party . . . "Time In 
A Bottle", Jim Croce . . . 
Enjoys sketching, paint- 
ing, and playing the guitar 
. . . Plans on Commercial 
Art and Music School. 
Junior Prom Comm. 



Mary Ann Williams 
18 Bay State Rd. 
Mary . . . "No, I'm only 
kidding." ... "I am what 
I am, and I have the need 
to be." ... Jay 9/29/72 
. . . Duxbury '75 . . . 
Gym with J.M., H.W., 
J.S., L.M. . . . "Sweet 
Baby James" . . . Art 
School. 

Powder Puff. 



Lisa M. Willwerth 
75 Stratford Rd. 

Lisa . . . summers in 
N.H. ... partying with 
the girls . . . Chemistry 
with Mrs. Gallagher . . . 
"My Mistake" . . . "Ac- 
cept me as I am — only 
then will we discover each 
other." . . . college and 
travel. 

Pep Club; Powder Puff; 
Astrology Club. 



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Caren J. Wilson 
85 Myrtle St. 
Caren . . . "What a 
flipout." . . . parties at 
P.B.'s . . . Brigham's with 
everybody . . . Legal with 
Miss Blanchard . . . "Who 
Loves You" . . . pinball 
. . . bowling . . . Plans to 
be a Legal Secretary . . . 
P.B. 



Kenneth Wilson 



Luanne Witkowski 
10 Everett St. 

Lu . . . "Decent!" . . . 
"Never get outa this world 
alive." . . . M.H.S. foot- 
ball games . . . Brigham's 
. . . packin' and campin' 
. . . Wyoming, 

Menotomy, Sherwood 
. . . Prom, dances . . . 
Buzz . . . cruisin' and 
partyin' with L.B., J.S., 
J. A., L.H., M.S.G.S.C. 
"Let It Grow" . . . Plans 
on college . . . art . . . 
children and the wilder- 
ness . . . live to 100 years. 

Pep Club; Debate; G.S.; 
Powder Puff; Orchestra; 
Drama; Intramural Sports; 
C.Y.O.; Smoking Comm.; 
I.W.S.; LOG Layout Staff. 



Donna Jean Wolfe 
13 Greystone Rd. 

Don . . . "You're kid- 
ding!" . . . "I'm the mas- 
ter of my fate, I'm the cap- 
tain of my soul." . . . Re- 
members 8/17/75 with Rod, 
Jr. Prom, parties and the 
beach . . . Spanish with 
Mr. Hand . . . "Stairway 
To Heaven" . . . Rod . . . 
Nursing School in the fu- 
ture. 

Drama; S.A.C.; Powder 
Puff; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 



Steven J. Wolpe 
39 Harvard St. 
Steve . . . Fondest 
memories include 

weekends at Cape Cod 
. . . Enjoyed Mr. Allen's 
Psychology class . . . 
Favorite group is the Av- 
erage White Band . . . 
drumming . . . college in 
the future. 




Calvin Wong 
77 Mt. Vernon Ave. 

Cal . . . Memories in- 
clude activities and good 
times in Demolay . . . 
Remembers Mr. Reid's 
Latin class . . . Enjoys the 
Beach Boys and the Stones 
. . . sports, concerts, Judo 
. . . Future includes col- 
lege and traveling. 

Track; Biology Club. 



Wendy Wong 
40 Tappan St. 

"I wasn't thinking." 
. . . Remembers parties at 
W. Wingarsheek, retreats, 
camping in '72, Salem, and 
L.R.Y. parties . . . En- 
joyed Pyschology with 
Miss Norwood . . . 
"Dream On" . . . skating, 
biking . . . Cape Cod . . . 
Plans to become a Physical 
Therapist. 

Softball 3; Pep Club; 
Rainbow; L.R.Y. 



James M. Wright 

50 Sargent St. 
Wilbur . . . "Decent" 
. . . Remembers his first 
car, '63 Chevy and Phyllis 
. . . "Don't forget 
Wakefield." . . . Math 
with Mr. Humphreys . . . 
Black Sabbath . . . driving 
and parties . . . Plans to 
join the Army. 



Jeffrey W. Zajac 
18 Adams St. 
Sig, Zay . . . "Dig it." 
. . . Fondest memories of 
Stoughton and Clarkie par- 
ties . . . Favorite class — 
English with Mr. Trubisz 
. . . Enjoys loud music 
. . . Favorite pastimes are 
partying, playing the 

fiano, and concerts . . . 
uture includes college. 



Amy S. Zietz 

133 Boardman Ave. 

Ame . . . "Alright" . . . 
"Happy are those who 
dream dreams . . . and 
are ready to pay the price 
to make them come true." 
. . . partying with the 
girls, especially K.R. . . . 
Spain 2/75 . . . summers 
at C.E. . . . "Tiny Dancer" 
. . . Plans on college and a 
teaching career. 

Modern Dance; Powder 
Puff. 



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Terry Ann Caruso 

60 Windsor St. 
Slim ... "I don't believe it!" . . . Re- 
members goofing on all the cliques . . . 
"Hang in there Baby" . . . Passes time with 
Paul . . . Plans a career in the Airlines. 



Scott Davis 



Christian Gamst 
156 Derby Rd. 
Chris . . . Favorite class — Physics with 
Mr. Studley . . . Plans on college. 
Intramurals. 



Karen M. Gamst 
156 Derby Rd. 
Favorite performer — Chicago . . 
Plans to go into nursing in the future 



Gerard Marinelli 



Diane Berkowitz 
Diane died of cancer in Massachusetts General Hospital 
on June 28, 1974. She had been involved in the Melrose 
Order of the Rainbow for Girls and enjoyed gymnastics 
and dancing. As an active member of the Class of 76, she 
left many friends. 



Richard Howard 



Lee Marrama 

50 Holland Rd. 
"Too many" . . . Mae West . . . 
Remembers Niagra Falls . . . B.M.M. 
. . . R.A.D. . . . Favorite teacher — 
Miss Arbiet . . . Enjoys Rick Wake- 
man and Yes . . . "And you and I" 
. . . photography . . . Future plans 
include Art school 




A Day In The Life Of M.H.S 




"But I just cleaned it yesterday." 



Will the following students please report to Mr. LaRosa's office immediately. 




"Zzzzzzzzzz 




'I think we've heard this somewhere before." 




'Just because we wrote on our desks, they didn't have to take them away." 



'Now let me show you my way, Dr. Rockwood.' 




"Would you believe my dog ate it?" 



"Only one chocolate chip square, dear." 



"The height of dining elegance.' 



'Hmm . . . nothing beats the recipe! 





"Do you think we can save it?" 



"Dynamite, another sub!' 




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"Heard it through the grapevine." 



'Bagged! 




'I wouldn't do that if I were you." 



"Love that 2:30 buzz!' 



After spending our Senior year in the new school, the building seems secondary compared to the people who have 
shared it with us. Together we shared cap and gown measurements, Senior pictures, and the homeroom period when 
the sophomores and juniors filled out their schedules for next year. Now we are waiting to see what the future holds. 
We go now to find a new place of our own. 




Tony Ciarcello and Anita Grassi take a break in Mr. 
Cooper's English class. 



Lori Clifford and Eileen Lloyd — the Class Pals for '76 — exemplify the friendships found 
in the place of our own. 




Jody Dunnet and Linda Perry — the "76 Class Couple — meet for a quiet talk before 
homeroom. 



Jim Linsky and Mr. Quinn spend free time working in the 
School Store. 



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And Now We Leave To Find A Place Of Our Own 




Nancy Tiemey works dilligently in the cafetorium. 



Jimmy De Young — voted the nicest looking boy in the Class of 
'76 — spends a quiet moment in the Resource Center. 




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COMMUNITY 








They gave us hopes. 

They filled us with dreams. 

They voted no . . . 

They changed their minds . . . 
They voted yes . . . 
They gave us back our hopes. 
They built our dream. 
The new Melrose High School. 
At last we have a place of our own 








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/^%/IrC# r ^^ Free Parking 

AJmMlVmJ TEL 321-7020 

Open Eves, except Wed. & Sat. 




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219 Lowell Street, 
Wilmington 

27 Melrose Street, 
Melrose 

Washington Street, 
N. Reading 


MELROSE 

SAVINGS BANK 


Open 24 hours a day to 

Melbank Card holders 

665-0125 



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To the Spirit of 76 




With Love, 

from 

the M.H.S. Cheering Squad 

1975-1976 



Cheryl Skane, Kim Kapelos, 

Anne Miliotis, Annette DiMeo, 

Ellen Joy, Janet Soccorso, Val 

Chrisafides, Lisa Dellorfano, 

Sue Reardon, Diane Rice, Joy Tryder, Carol Morris 



JOHN E. MELANSON & SONS, INC 



72 Elm Street Wakefield, Mass. 01880 

Tel. 245-2862 

Heating Oil — Service — Burner Installations 




Compliments of 

CUTLER MOTOR SALES 

50 Tremont St. 

662-8900 

Your Friendly 
Ford — Jeep — Renault Dealer 



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International 






Pro 




Best Of Luck 


Hockey Shop 




To The 
Class Of 1976 


Softball 






Gourmet 


Tennis 


rvA 


iW 


International 


Footwear 


^fcjlW 




Sportswear 




Foods, Cheeses And Gifts 
from around the world . . . 


Baseball 




665-9071 
39 West Foster Street 


511 Main Street 






Melrose, Mass. 02176 






Tel: 665-6468 








Good Luck Class "76" 



From 75-76 Majorettes, 



Donna Browinski 
Lori Brown 
Mary Cotter 
Cathy Coughlin 
Debbie Hanson 
Debbie Hong 
Jane Madden 
Diane Mallon 
Donna Mallon 
Corrine Morris 
Jeannette Murphy 
Maria Sundquist 
Dianne Tambini 
Kimberly Thistle 



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Best Wishes 
Class of 1976 



Paul B. Alper DDS 
Robert Angorn DMD 
John J. Kelleher DMD 
Francis J. McNamara Jr. DMD 
Thomas P. Scannell DMD 
Michael A. Segal DDS 
George C. Mitchell DMD 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to the 

Melrose High School Class of 1976 

from 



Mayor James E. Milano 



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MELROSE PONTIAC 

17 Upham Street 

Melrose, Mass. 02176 

Pontiac - Lemans - Firebird 

Sales and Service 

665-3600 



WOODWARD & MILLER INC. 

Printers 

Offset — Letterpress 

Printers of the MHS "Imprint" 

126 West Emerson Street 
665-3240 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1976 



M.J. Connolly and Sons, 
Inc. 



23 Irving Street 
665-8968 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 

from 



Deering Lumber 
Company, Inc. 



Deering Mason 
Supply Corp. 



118 Essex Street 
665-3000 



158 Essex Street 
665-7171 



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Congratulations Class of '76 

Friendly 
Auto School 



459 Main Street 
Melrose 
662-8100 



Compliments of 

TOWNE MEAT MARKET 

14 Essex Street 
Melrose 



Compliments of 

JACKSON CLEANERS AND TAILORS 

33 Essex Street 
665-2795 



Best Wishes — Class of '76 



Alan Motors, Inc. 



Lincoln — Mercury 

888 Main Street 
Wakefield, Massachusetts 



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Hartman's Pharmacy 

Hartman's 
Pharmacy 



665-5262 

Surgical Supplies 

Sales & Rentals 



Hartman's Pharmacy 



Let Us Price 

Your Next 

Prescription 

515 Franklin St. 



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HUGO'S 
OF MELROSE 

"Appliance 
Specialists." 

Color Television — Refrigerators — Washers — Gas 

Ranges 

Mon.-Thurs.-Fri. Til 9:00 P.M. 

Tues. -Weds. -Sat. Til 6:00 P.M. 

424 Main Street 

Melrose, Mass. 02176 

Al Porcaro 

665-5310 



Good luck to class of '76 

WELLWOOD STORE 

Monday thru Saturday 
9-6 



Best Wishes To The Class Of 1976 

FARRELL'S GULF 

403 Franklin Street 
Melrose 



Best Wishes 

To The 
Class Of 76 

MELROSE ARMY 
AND NAVY STORE 

Percy Glaser, Proprietor 



Auto Parts And Supply 

TUCKER'S AUTO SUPPLY 

142 Franklin Street 
Melrose 
665-4515 



MELROSE COMMUNITY 
GARAGE 

Atlas Tires — Batteries 

Accessories 

210 Essex St. 665-4130 

Prop., Ozzie Wheeler 



MASS STATE 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 

287 Grove Street 

Melrose, Massachusetts 

665-8587 



BEAN & COLE 
PLUMBING AND HEATING 

29 Essex Street Melrose, Mass. 

Phone 665-2566 

(Res. Tel. 245-4384 and 321-1826) 

Reg. No. 6129-6680 



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Good Luck 

To the class of 76 

From 



The M.H.S. Activities Committee 



168 



Colonial Motif 
Uni-Sex Salon 

509 Main St. Melrose 
Best of Luck 



Faulkner's New-Life Cleansing 



437 Franklin Street 

Melrose, Mass. 

665-6300 



N and L Wheel Chair Service 



Expert Repair 

Sales — Service — Rental 

Pick-Up And Delivery 

1 Grove Street 665-9352 Melrose, Mass. 



Haslam's Pharmacy 

Dedicated to Practice of Pharmacy 
484 Main Street, Melrose, Mass. 

Class of 1976 



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Compliments of 



Tel. 665-4047 



PREMIUM FUEL OILS 



BENSON -GOSS FUELS INC. 

Complete Heating Service 
20 TREMONT ST., MELROSE 




Compliments of 



BOB LUCEY'S 
BP SERVICE STATION 

889 Main Street 
Melrose, Massachusetts 



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G. Rotondi & Sons, Inc. 
Contractors 

2 Washington Street 

Melrose, Massachusetts 

665-6460 



PLAZA 

BAQBER 

MOP, 



A Gentlemens Hair Salon 

530 Main Street 
Melrose, Mass. 
Tel. 665-9793 

NORMA LECOMTE 



Manicures 



Appointments Arranged 



The Doors Are Opening . . . 

To The Greatest Time Of Your Life! 

Plan Your Trip Now 

One Call Does It All 

Airlines . . . Hotels . . . Bus . . . Rail . . . Tours 

Cruises . . . Car Rentals 

GLOBE TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

465 Main Street 

Melrose, Mass. 02176 

665-1266 665-2053 245-2421 

Personalized — Professional Service 



HARDWARE ST ORES.. 

WHITTEMORE HARDWARE 

531 Main Street, Melrose 
665-0900 



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GOOD LUCK 



to 



EVERYBODY 



from 



THE SENIOR 
CLASS OFFICERS 



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rCENTER 



Open Every Day 

8 AM to 10:30 PM 

462 Main Street 



MELROSE DRUG CENTER 

Donald L. Fox, Reg. Ph. 

Russell Stover Candies 
Fine Cosmetics 

665-7400 



master charge 



Free Delivery 



WEDDING 

& SHOWER 

CAKES 




Birthday 
Cakes 

For Orders 
Call 665-1567 



Open 8-5:30 Monday-Friday 
7:30-4:30 Saturday 



423 Pleasant Street 



Mel rose 



H.J. STILES SON, INC. 

Contractors 
Kitchen Cabinets 

665-1720 

Ceramic Wall Tile 

Formica Counters, 

Armstrong Linoleum 

Custom Carpet Installations 



HONG KONG HOUSE 

Luncheon Specials: 

Chinese And Polynesian Foods 

Orders Put Up To Take Out 

Open Daily 1 1 :45 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 

Fri. & Sat. 1 1 :45 a.m. to 1 :00 p.m. 



Tel: 665-0077 
662-5239 



515 Main Street 
Melrose, Mass 02176 



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Congratulations to the Class of '76 



from 



the Class of 78 



Tino's Place 



"For the Best Subs Around" 

943 Main Street (Franklin Square) Melrose 
665-5583 



GARNISS' 
MARKET 

163 W. Emerson Street 



Watches Diamonds 

Established 1917 

WADLAND JEWELERS 

Francis N. Blomerth 

665-1393 

486 Main Street Melrose, Mass. 



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Your savings today 
are homes tomorrow. 



The money you save with us, is 
the money we lend to builders 
and home buyers. And the 
interest the builders and 
home buyers pay on their 
mortgages, is the inter- 
est we pass on to you. 
Saving here makes the 
good things possible. 
All deposits here 
are insured-in-full. 



^Melrose 
Cooperajj 

^ank 




638 Main Street, Melrose. Phone 665-2500 
Always plenty of Free Off- Street Parking 



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Milton's Pharmacy 



40 West Wyoming Ave. 
Melrose 
665-1075 



MELROSE BEAUTY ACADEMY 

4 17 Main Street 
Melrose, Massachusetts 



Compliments Of 

RUSSO'S 
CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY 

18 Essex Street 
Melrose, Mass. 



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Caldwell 

Beauty & Barber 

Supply 

456 Main Street, Melrose, Mass. 02176 

Open Thurs. & Fri. 
Till Nine 

662-6092 



Compliments of 



The Casey Florist Co, 



At 

93 Maple Street 

Since 1869 

Phone 

665-0123 and 665-0124 

Melrose, Massachusetts 



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Designers Manufacturers 

Of 

Curtains And Draperies 

L.R. Moulton Co. 



10 Corey Street 
Melrose 

Come In And Visit Our Showrooms 

665-4774-4775 



Good Luck 
to the Seniors 



from the 
Class of '77 



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CERRETANFS SUPER MARKET INC. 

Our Family Serving Your Family 

WOW! 

4 Great Stores To Serve You 



209 Revere Beach Parkway 

Revere, Mass. 

Jet. Rt. 495 & Rt. 110 

Methuen, Mass. 

34 Essex Street 
Melrose, Mass. 

19 Bolton Street 
Reading, Mass. 

Best Wishes 
To The Class of 1976 



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C.F. Hinchey News Dealer 



39 West Wyoming Ave. 
Melrose 



Gray's Appliance of Melrose 



Specialist in Quality Appliances 
Built better. Not cheaper. 



MAYTAG 

AMANA 



KITCHENAID 
CALORIC 




Melrose Evening News 



"A concerned Daily for a concerned community" 
Business & Editorial Offices located at 458 Main St. 



— CALLUS — 
for home delivery and want ads as well 



662-5800 
"LOCAL NEWS EVERY DAY" 



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Good Luck 

to 

The Class of 76 

from 

MR. & MRS. JAMES V. CERRETANI 



For the Fashion-Minded 

CLEMENT'S 

665-3330 

537 Main Street Melrose. Mass. 



W.C. Huntress Insurance Agency, INC. 



6 Eastman Place, Melrose, Mass. 



665-0303 



Compliments 
of 




463 Franklin Street 




MAIN AT 



UPHAM STREET 



PHONE 665-6185 



THE MUFFIN MAN BAKERY 

Delicious and beautifully decorated 
cakes for any occasion 

466 Franklin Street 
662-9615 



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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 

FOR 
CLASS OF 1976 




Prestige 
Portraits 



Distinctive Portrait of the Graduating Student 



34 Lawndale Road 617-438-1162 

Stoneham, Mass. 



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Intercontinental 
Air Freight Inc. 



Logan International Airport 

East Boston, Mass. 02128 

Export Dept. (617) 569-4050 

Import Dept. (617) 569-4450 

Telex 94-0211 



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Sound And Communication Systems 
To Meet All Requirements 

East Coast Electronics Co., Inc 



Telephone 395-9052 




Frank P. Rinfret 
President-Treasurer 
Res. 662-9670 



296 Salem Street 
Medford, Mass. 02155 



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Compliments of 



METROPOLITAN BANK AND TRUST 

COMPANY 




846 Main Street Melrose, Mass. 02176 

665-3300 

Open Longer To Serve You Better 

Member 
F.D.I.C. 



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